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SB 992     (Nielsen R) Common interest
developments: property use and maintenance

Summary:
An association may impose
a fine or assessment upon a separate interest owner for failure to maintain his
or her property in accordance with the association rules for that
development.  This bill would prohibit an
association from imposing a fine or assessment on separate interest owners for
yard maintenance issues related to under-watered plants and lawns during any
period for which the Governor has declared a state of emergency due to drought.

Position:
Seek to Amend
Bill Sponsor:
Author

 

AB 2100 (Campos D) Common interest developments: local
governments: yard maintenance: fines: drought

Summary:
Would prohibit an
association from imposing a fine or assessment on separate interest owners for
reducing or eliminating watering of vegetation or lawns during any period for
which the Governor has declared a state of emergency, or a local government has
declared a local emergency, due to drought. 
This bill contains other related provisions and other existing laws.

Position:
Seek to Amend

 

AB 2104 (Gonzalez D) Common interest developments: water-efficient
landscapes.

Summary:
Current law requires a
local agency to adopt a specified updated model ordinance regarding
water-efficient landscapes or a water-efficient landscape ordinance that is at
least as effective in conserving water as the updated model ordinance.  Current law allows certain water providers to
take specified actions regarding water conservation.  This bill would provide that a provision of
the governing documents or of the architectural or landscaping guidelines or
policies shall be void and unenforceable if it prohibits, or includes
conditions that have the effect of prohibiting low water-using plants as a
group or as a replacement of existing turf, or if the provision has the effect
of prohibiting or restricting compliance with a local water-efficient landscape
ordinance or water conservation measure.

Position:
Seek to Amend
Bill Sponsor:
CA Assn of County Bar Associations; supported by California Association of
Realtors, Western Center on Law & Poverty, others