Westminster's Mayor and Common Council will conduct a hearing this evening to hear public input on the Rental Licensing and Inspection Program that was first presented to the Council on Oct. 8.
The public hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the John Street Quarters building on the grounds of the Westminster Volunteer Fire Company.
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This past spring, the Mayor and Council created the task force to research and recommend a program that will improve the condition of rental housing throughout the city.
On Monday, Oct. 8 the Rental Licensing and Inspection Program Task Force presented their recommendations to the Mayor and Common Council. The Task Force recommended that all residential rental units be licensed and periodically inspected.
Read more on this topic:
- City Council Gets First Glimpse at Landlord Licensing Program
- City Council Ponders Landlord Licensing to Curb Main Street Problems