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StimULI Breakfast: CA’s 2017 Housing Legislation: Meaningful Tools for Change? – SOLD OUT!

November 15, 2017
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Loeb and Loeb
10100 N Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 1800
Los Angeles, CA 90067 United States
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On September 15, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown signed one of the largest legislative packages in recent memory to address California’s unprecedented housing shortage.

In enacting this legislation, the Legislature found that with an accumulated unmet housing backlog of nearly 2,000,000 units, California must provide for at least 180,000 new units annually in order to keep pace with growth through 2025. The lawmakers themselves acknowledged that a key factor in this historic crisis is “the absence of meaningful and effective policy reforms to significantly enhance the approval and supply of housing affordable to Californians of all income levels.”

The 15 bills signed by the Governor tackle the housing challenge on several fronts and include new permit streamlining (SB 35), inclusionary rental housing (AB 1505), amendments to strengthen the Housing Accountability Act (SB 167, AB 678, AB 1515), and funding for affordable housing programs (SB 2, SB 3).  While the bills are far from a panacea, legislative leaders and the Governor characterize them as an important shift in state housing policies, increasing the commitment to secure housing for all economic segments of the population.

But does this legislative package offer “meaningful and effective” change in housing policies and regulation?  What tools, opportunities, and requirements do the new laws create for cities and developers?  What are the likely impacts in the short and long-term?

Join our distinguished panel as we explore this new package of state laws and share insights from the public and private perspectives.


  • Matt Glesne, City Planner, Los Angeles Department of City Planning
  • Josh Kurpies, District Director, Office of Assemblymember Richard Bloom
  • Chris Tourtellotte, Managing Director, Acquisitions & Capital Markets,  LaTerra Development, LLC
  • Elizabeth Camacho, Senior Counsel, Loeb & Loeb, Moderator


  • Private $45 (Non-member $60)
  • Gov/Nonprofit $35 (Non-member $50)
  • Young Leader (under 35) $35 (Non-member $50)
  • Student $25 (Non-member $35)

Continental breakfast will be provided. Please note that registration prices increase $10 after November 13. and that is the last day to request a refund. We look forward to you joining us for a stimulating discussion with these distinguished leaders. To register, click register now below or call 1-800-321-5011.  


Please note that parking will not be validated. Parking is available a short walk away for $2-3 at the adjacent Westfield Century City Mall.







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