Menifee City Council workshop explores changing the adopted Riverside County Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance to a city ordinance

The Menifee City Council is considering changes in Riverside County’s Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Ordinance following a special workshop Wednesday, Oct. 19, that could affect the city’s residents living in its four mobile home parks.In April at a city council meeting, several Menifee mobile home communities expressed their concerns that the city might elect to change the county ordinance that could either hinder or help their mobile home rents in a time of continuing high inflation.The county’s MHRSO allows mobile home park owners to raise their rents each year only up to the annual cost of living increase in the county each year and can not change the annual $12 registration fee for each mobile home renter or lessor. Menifee, when it became a city, did not elect to change
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