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Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions

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  • 1. June 12, 2014
  • 2. Background  City CouncilWorkshop (December 2013)  Online Survey (December / January)  City Council Retreat (January 2014)  Focus Group Meetings (February 2014)  City CouncilWorkshop (April 2014)
  • 3. Implemented Changes  Added language to the rental registration form & rental registration website  Started notifying property management company of violations (in addition to the property owner)
  • 4. Summary of Changes  Includes civil process / administrative penalty  Requires notarized affidavit from property owner as part of registration process  Requires owner / property manager to provide copy of current lease upon request
  • 5. Civil Process / Administrative Penalty  Fines range from $180 for the first offense up to $500 for three or more offenses  Fines structured to encourage payment within 10 days  Each day the violation continues is deemed a separate offense
  • 6. NotarizedAffidavit  Required as part of the registration process  Will acknowledge that the property is not (and will not be) occupied by more than four unrelated individuals  Will also state that the property owner / manager has made each tenant aware of the “no more than four unrelated” provision
  • 7. Copy of Lease  Allows the City to request a copy of the lease or leases  Copy of lease would only be retained by prosecutor as part of enforcement action  Not subject to public information act
  • 8. Related Recommendations  Increase Code Enforcement funding as part of FY 2015 budget  Enhance education / communication
  • 9. June 12, 2014