But a county ordinance kicks in too late to help others.
Taylor Equities’ purchase of a 36-unit building was followed by renter complaints of harassment and disruptive construction. Then came the eviction notices.
The City Council is considering a ‘right to counsel’ program that could help curb evictions and homelessness.
Today we continue our look back at 2017 through Capital & Main’s photos and stories.
Christian and her neighbors who live on a gentrifying block near the University of Southern California have formed an association to fight their eviction, hoping there is power in numbers.