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City council opposes repeal of landlord utility ordinance

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By Larry Rowell

In proposing an ordinance whereby renters will pay deposits for city utilities such as water and gas, Liberty City Council held first reading of an ordinance to put the burden on renters for overdue bills.

However, in an effort to repeal a 2007 ordinance that left landlords responsible for the entire overdue utility bill, the council was 3 to 3, with Mayor Steven Brown casting the deciding vote to keep the 2007 ordinance in place.


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