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File #: 18-2106    Version: Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 7/11/2019 In control: * Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency and the City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020 Final action: 2/18/2020
Title: Subject: Modifications To Condominium Conversion Ordinance From: President Pro Tempore Kalb Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 16.36, Condominium Conversions, To: (1) Extend The Conversion Rights Requirement To Two- To Four-Unit Residential Buildings; (2) Require That A Conversion Rights Agreement Be Recorded At Latest 60 Days After The Building Permit For The Generating Residential Building Is Issued; (3) Enhance Tenant Rights And Notice Requirements To Tenants; And (4) Make Other Modifications; And To Direct City Administrator Or Designee To Study Alternative Methods Of (A) Ensuring One-For-One Replacement Of Rental Units In The City As A Result Of Condominium Conversions And (B) Increasing Affordable Home Ownership And Reducing Displacement Of Renters Subject To Conversion; And Adopt CEQA Exemption Findings [NEW TITLE]
Attachments: 1. View Report, 2. View Supplemental Report 1/10/2020, 3. View Supplemental Legislation 2/7/2020, 4. 13585 CMS, 5. Proof Of Publicaion 13585 CMS

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Subject:                     Modifications To Condominium Conversion Ordinance

From:                                          President Pro Tempore Kalb

Recommendation: Adopt An Ordinance Amending Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 16.36, Condominium Conversions, To: (1) Extend The Conversion Rights Requirement To Two- To Four-Unit Residential Buildings; (2) Require That A Conversion Rights Agreement Be Recorded At Latest 60 Days After The Building Permit For The Generating Residential Building Is Issued; (3) Enhance Tenant Rights And Notice Requirements To Tenants; And (4) Make Other Modifications; And To Direct City Administrator Or Designee To Study Alternative Methods Of (A) Ensuring One-For-One Replacement Of Rental Units In The City As A Result Of Condominium Conversions And (B) Increasing Affordable Home Ownership And Reducing Displacement Of Renters Subject To Conversion; And Adopt CEQA Exemption Findings

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