DeKalb housing program on agenda for Monday
DeKALB – The DeKalb City Council on Monday will consider alternative funding methods to support a new housing registration and inspection program focused on fixing the city’s rental property issues.
After giving initial support to new housing ordinances such as crime-free lease measures and a “three strike” rule for tenants who keep a disorderly house during its last meeting, the council will now turn its attention to how to fund the expansive program, estimated to cost anywhere from $244,000 to $454,000 a year to start.
City Manager Mark Biernacki had proposed launching the program with one program coordinator, a clerk, and three inspectors all at full-time cost for $454,000 a year, but council members asked for less expensive alternatives.
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