INDIANAPOLIS | Seven months after state lawmakers imposed a temporary moratorium on new apartment registration or inspection ordinances and fees, landlords and cities appear no closer to agreeing how best to promote renter safety and minimize costs.
GRIFFITH | Say the words The Mansards and for many, a host of images of violent crime and low-income housing come to mind.
Officials in Calumet City and Lansing are considering changes to their four-year-old programs requiring landlords to purchase city licenses for their rental properties in the south suburbs.
SAUK VILLAGE | The Village Board gave its approval to an ordinance last week requiring landlords to watch for criminal activity on their properties and enabling them to evict tenants charged with crimes.
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