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First Day of the 2021 Legislative Session | Priority Bills

The 2021 Legislative Session began on January 11, 2021 and will adjourn on April 25, 2021. Today was the first of committee hearing. 5 Ways a Virtual Legislative Session will be different and more information about accessing the legislature click here. For more information about a bill click here. Priority Bills HB 1035          Rent relief […]

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5 Ways a Virtual Legislative Session Will Be Different

To download more information about accessing the legislature click here. How do I meet with my Legislator? How can I watch committee hearings? How do I testify on a bill? How do I share my opinion about a bill without testifying? Will there be a “Day on The Hill” this year?   How do I meet […]

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Protected: Proclamation 20-19.4

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Eviction Moratorium Extended Through December 2020

October 8, 2020 Governor Inslee announced this afternoon that the eviction moratorium will be extended through December 2020. The Governor will not be signing an extension today. The Governor's office is still working on language based on all of the input we have received to this point. I will post a copy of the new […]

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CDC Moratorium on Non-Payment of Rent Evictions until December 31, 2020

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued today.  It forbids resident evictions for non-payment of rent for “covered person[s]” until December 31, 2020. The main features of the directive are: It covers all residential tenancies occupied by “covered person[s]”, not just federally subsidized tenancies.   To receive its protection, all adults in the tenant […]

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Protected: Seattle Requires Landlords to Update Thier Screening Criteria

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Eviction Moratorium Extended Through October 15, 2020

Governor Inslee has announced that the eviction moratorium will be extended through October 15, 2020 without any changes. If you have any questions please email me at [email protected] The extension makes modifications to the prior moratorium, including: Makes minor clarifications to existing restrictions, such as clarifying that law enforcement may serve eviction orders that include […]

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THA is Considering Changes To It's Criminal Background Screening Policies

Tacoma Housing Authority (THA) is considering changes to our current criminal screening policies. We would like your views and advice by August 31, 2020. We screen for criminal history as part of our effort to determine if someone would be a good tenant. We do this for people seeking to live in THA properties. We […]

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City of Auburn: Proposed Rental Housing Policy

TODAY the City Council for the City of Auburn will vote on a new suite of Rental Housing Policies: Distribution of information Written rental criteria City of Auburn informational website to provide information about the property, landlord and code enforcement Website address for Washington Secretary of State for information on how to vote and change […]

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