ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County District 5 Commissioner Emily Bonilla held a gathering Wednesday to debate hire management insurance policies — one which went unattended by 5 members of the seven-member fee.
Bonilla invited all the commissioners with the objective of getting a prolonged dialogue forward of subsequent Tuesday’s assembly. Nevertheless, solely Commissioner Mayra Uribe confirmed up.
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“It undoubtedly would have been higher to have extra commissioners right here to weigh in as a result of then, it will’ve saved extra time through the (Board of County Commissioners assembly),” mentioned Bonilla.
Bonilla mentioned they have been ready to make use of the hour to debate questions Bonilla and Uribe had relating to the hire cap ordinance. Bonilla mentioned there are nonetheless massive questions on the market, like how a lot a doable hire value cap needs to be.
Simply final month, Orange County held a particular session to debate doable rental options.
Commissioners mentioned implementing a discover ordinance, which might require landlords to offer 60 days discover if landlords are going to be elevating hire.
Additionally they mentioned a hire stabilization ordinance, which might put a cap on the quantity by which landlords are allowed to lift hire on tenants.
Commissioners within the assembly disagreed with sure hire management insurance policies, saying they wouldn’t assist folks battling increased hire prices.
Earlier this yr, a marketing consultant firm employed by the county discovered that hire stabilization measures Bonilla proposed might do extra hurt than good.
The following workshop on hire stabilization will probably be Tuesday, July 26.
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