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Next Member Meeting
June 8th - 7:00pm - VFW Hall
2211 Old Jacksonville Rd, Springfield​


Paul Palazzolo, Sangamon County Circuit Clerk will update landlords of Supreme Court changes along with Susanne Ushman. They will introduce the keynote speaker Tracie Newman, Illinois State Police Sex Offender Registration Unit to educate Landlords on statuary requirements of leasing to registered offenders.

​​Members are welcome to bring guests. Meet and greet begins at 5:30P.M. Meeting begins at 7P.M.

​​This meeting is free and open to the public.


​​​​SALA continues to support and follow ​​guidance from the CDC, city and county officials regarding COVID-19.
Information about rental assistance programs
www.rentalassistance.us/ci/il-springfield​

​​​When new ordinances are introduced that can affect landlords, it is important to make your position known. 
Click Here to: View Ordinances and Vote Along with Springfield City Council

 
Vacant Properties & Chronic Nuisances
Springfield ​can use existing ordinances that will efficiently and effectively deal with problems as they occur. Learn more HERE.
​Become a SALA Partner HERE
Rent Control Bill Moving in Illinois Legislature
​The Illinois Rent Control Preemption Act presently prohibits local governments from passing ordinances imposing limits on the amount of rent landlords may charge for their properties, both residential and commercial.  The current law states, “A unit of local government, as defined in Section 1 of Article VII of the Illinois Constitution, shall not enact, maintain, or enforce an ordinance or resolution that would have the effect of controlling the amount of rent charged for leasing private residential or commercial property.” (50 ILCS 825/)
House Bill 116 would repeal the Rent Control Preemption Act, which will then allow local governments to pass ordinances imposing limits on the amount of rent landlords may charge for their properties, both residential and commercial.

​Read a news story about this legislation HERE.

Read ​What you should know about Rent Control HERE.
Call to Action: The Time is NOW to Call Your Representative

​Legislators in Springfield Want to Force Landlords Into Contracting with the Federal Government

This legislation would mandate that landlords participate in the Housing Choice Voucher 
Program, commonly referred to as the Section 8 program. Section 8 is a federal rental assistance program that is available for low income individuals. Participation is voluntary.
Functionally, the Section 8 program is a contract between a property owner and a Public Housing Authority (PHA). The Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contract is provided by the PHA. The terms are non-negotiable. The contract applies without exception.
HB2775 will have the effect of mandating that a property owner enter into a non-negotiable contact with a unit of government, regardless if the property owner is willing to do so.​

Read all about it HERE.
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