“Measure V does nothing to address affordable housing in Mountain View.”
Mountain View Housing Provider
“Measure V is an economic wart on the city of Mountain View.”
Former Mountain View Mayor
“Measure V has created an atmosphere that rewards criminal tenants while penalizing good tenants.”
Residential Property Attorney
“Measure V has made it impossible to upkeep my apartment building.”
Longtime Mountain View Apartment Building Owner
The implementation of Measure V in Mountain View has been a disaster.
Originally sold as an affordable housing program that would pay for itself, Measure V has already cost the city of Mountain View $2.6-million. The Rental Housing Commission created under Measure V is a bureaucracy with blank-check authority and the power to hire countless employees. The Rental Housing Committee is demanding the City Council fork over another $1.0-million taking resources away from parks, libraries, and public safety. Measure V has done nothing but create headaches for taxpayers while reducing the number of affordable housing units in Mountain View.
Paid for by Mountain View Residents for Renter, Homeowner & Taxpayer Protections,
sponsored by the California Apartment Association. Committee major funding from:
Tod Spieker & Spieker Companies Inc.