After much discussion with the city attorney and our attorney, we have finally settled on an extended deadline for signature gathering. The result is that we now have until June 13 – and possibly June 15 if necessary – to get our signatures in to qualify our rent stabilization law for the November ballot. We needed to find a deadline that gave us as much time as possible to collect signatures while also also allowing city and county officials enough time to do their jobs, which include validating and counting the signatures. This is good news, because the extra time may enable us to hit our goal of 7,000 to 8,000 signatures. If you’ve been helping us, thanks for your support!!