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Rent Stabilization Board
Rent Stabilization Board

RENT STABILIZATION BOARD
Regular Meeting Minutes

Monday, June 17, 2002
7 PM

APPROVED

Members Present: Maldonado, Anderson, Spector, Harris, Siegel, Hogarth, Alberti, Chong

Absent: Janowitz

Staff Present: Gelb, Kelly, Tine, Wyche

Item 1. Roll Call - 6:15 PM Closed session. 7:15 PM Regular Meeting.

Item 2. Closed Session - 6:00 PM

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Section 54956.9 of the Government code.)  Berkeley Property Owners Association v. City of Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board, Alameda County Superior Court Number 831986-1. No action taken.

Item 3. Approval of the Agenda . APPROVED AS WRITTEN. M/S/C (Siegel/Spector) Voice vote. Passed: 6-0-0-3. Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz, Harris.

Item 4. Public Forum. There were no speakers

Item 5. Approval of Minutes - Approval of June 3, 2002 regular Board meeting minutes. M/S/C (Alberti/Siegel) TO APPROVE AS WRITTEN. Voice vote. Passed: 6-0-0-3 Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz, Harris.

Item 6. Special Order of Business

a. Recommendation that Board adopt a resolution in appreciation of Sandra Pardo's outstanding outreach and counseling service to the tenants and landlords in the Berkeley community during her employment as a Community Services Specialist for the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board. M/S/C (Siegel/Hogarth) TO ADOPT RESOLUTION AS WRITTEN. Voice vote. Passed 7-0-0-2 Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz.

b. Election of Vice Chairperson. M/S/C (Siegel/Hogarth) ELECT COMMISSIONER MARC JANOWITZ TO VICE CHAIR. Voice vote. Passed: 7-0-0-2 Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz.

Item 7.a. Appeal T-3988 - 1413 66th Street, B. (Continued from April 1, 2002 meeting). M/S/C (Hogarth/Chong) TO ACCEPT LEGAL STAFF'S RECOMMENDATION. Roll call vote. Yes: Anderson, Spector, Harris, Hogarth, Alberti, Chong; No: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz, Siegel. Passed: 6-0-0-3.

Item 7.b. Appeal T-4076 - 1721 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, #3. (Continued from June 3, 2002 meeting). M/S/C (Spector/Siegel) REMAND TO HEARING EXAMINER WITH THE FOLLOWING FINDINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS: (1) The 1980 base rent for apartments 1 and 3 shall be based on the RTS business record; (2) the analysis by Legal staff in its recommendation to the Board on the Doctrine of Equitable Estoppel shall not be applied; and (3) on remand the Hearing Examiner, through this T petition, will take evidence to set the current legal rent for what is now apartment 3, taking into consideration apartment 3 is not the same as apartment 3 in 1980, in that it is now combined with apartment 1. Roll call vote. Yes: Anderson, Spector, Harris, Siegel, Hogarth, Alberti, Chong; No: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz. Passed: 7-0-0-2.

Item 8.a. First reading of amendments to Regulation 1242 to clarify and modify aspects of the appeals process including the requirements for filing an appeal, the effect of filing an appeal, the procedure for official notice and the length, timing and content of the parties' oral presentations. M/S/C (Chong/Siegel) TO ADOPT PROPOSAL TO AMEND REGULATION 1242. Roll call vote. Yes: Anderson, Spector, Siegel, Hogarth, Alberti, Chong; No: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz, Harris. Passed: 6-0-0-3.

Item 8.b. First reading of proposed amendment to Subsection (B)(3) of Regulation 1269 to provide that the minimum rent decrease for a rental unit that substantially lacks the affirmative characteristics of subdivisions (b) [plumbing/gas facilities], (c) [hot/cold running water] and (d) [adequate heating facilities] of Civil Code section 1941.1 shall be 20%. M/S/C (Chong/Siegel) TO ADOPT PROPOSAL TO AMEND REGULATION 1269. Roll call vote. Yes: Anderson, Spector, Siegel, Hogarth, Alberti, Chong; No: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz, Harris. Passed: 6-0-0-3.

Item 8.b. Proposal to approve staff recommendations on the following requests for waiver of late registration penalties.

Waiver Number       Location
2833                        1413 66th Street
2841                        1534 Fairview Street
2848                        2315 Durant Avenue
2850                        2100 California Street
2851                        2111 McGee Avenue
2854                        2226 Carleton Street
2856                        2005 Berkeley Way
2858                        1203 Allston Way
2859                        1822 Chestnut Street
2860                        2433 San Pablo Avenue
2861                        2204 7th Street
2862                        2915 Dohr Street
2864                        1913 Berkeley Way

M/S/C (Harris/Siegel) TO AFFIRM THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF HEARING EXAMINERS ON ALL LISTED WAIVERS. Roll call vote. Yes: Anderson, Spector, Harris, Siegel, Hogarth, Alberti, Chong; No: None; Abstain: None; Absent: Maldonado, Janowitz. Passed: 7-0-0-2.

Item 9. Announcements - No committee meetings scheduled at this time. Board is on summer recess until August 5, 2002 meeting. Committee meetings will be scheduled on or after that date.

Item 10. Adjournment 10:20 PM

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