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Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
Rentral Registration Ordinance Revisions
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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

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