Jim Clarke

Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles

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Carrie Kirshman lived for 21 years in LA's quaint and classic Fairfax District, protected by rent control.

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Carrie Kirshman lived for 21 years in LA's quaint and classic Fairfax District, protected by rent control.

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When San Francisco apartment house owners retrofit their buildings, the entire cost will be passed on to their tenants.

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When San Francisco apartment house owners retrofit their buildings, the entire cost will be passed on to their tenants.

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The Los Angeles City Council is trying to spread the pain of economic hard times to homeowners and landlords.  Who should pay for sidewalk repairs?

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The Los Angeles City Council is trying to spread the pain of economic hard times to homeowners and landlords. Who should pay for sidewalk repairs?

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