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offered, and refused or failed to comply with, a re-payment plan that was reasonable <br /> based on the individual financial, health, and other circumstances of that resident; and <br /> WHEREAS, unless extended, the Governor's prohibition on eviction actions is due <br /> to expire on June 4, 2020; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City of Auburn has an interest in seeing its residents who have <br /> been adversely impacted by COVID-19 avoid residential rental evictions, to the extent <br /> that it can reasonably do so; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City of Auburn does not seek to locally impose a moratorium on <br /> evictions, but would like to see landlord cooperation with programs that restrict landlords <br /> from pursuing eviction actions or taking enforcement action to collect unpaid rental related <br /> obligations where such evictions and/or non-payment was as a result of the COVID-19 <br /> outbreak unless the landlord can demonstrate that the resident was offered a reasonable <br /> re-payment plan which the resident refused or failed to comply with; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City of Auburn also desires to promote and implement efforts to <br /> encourage housing stability after June 4, 2020, by developing and implementing <br /> strategies to reduce or eliminate residential evictions related to a tenant's inability to pay <br /> rent as a result of lost revenue due to COVID-19; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City of Auburn believes that programs addressing COVID-19 <br /> related residential rental impacts are of great importance to the City, including, <br /> particularly, those that incorporate the principle expressed in the Governor's Proclamation <br /> such as promoting reasonable re-payment plans, and that these programs would have <br /> equal or greater importance following the expiration of the Proclamation; and <br /> Resolution No. 5524 <br /> June 1, 2020 <br /> Page 3 of 6 <br />