Amanda Strous died last month in a southwest Charlotte apartment fire that police said was intentionally set. N.C. lawmakers, in the closing hours of their session this month, passed a bill invalidating a local Charlotte regulation requiring all landlords to register with the city. The Charlotte ordinance, which took effect in 2013, was meant to help police establish an official database to contact property owners whose tenants break the law.
Amanda Strous died last month in a southwest Charlotte apartment fire that police said was intentionally set. N.C. lawmakers, in the closing hours of their session this month, passed a bill invalidating a local Charlotte regulation requiring all landlords to register with the city. The Charlotte ordinance, which took effect in 2013, was meant to help police establish an official database to contact property owners whose tenants break the law. WBTV
Amanda Strous died last month in a southwest Charlotte apartment fire that police said was intentionally set. N.C. lawmakers, in the closing hours of their session this month, passed a bill invalidating a local Charlotte regulation requiring all landlords to register with the city. The Charlotte ordinance, which took effect in 2013, was meant to help police establish an official database to contact property owners whose tenants break the law. WBTV
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July 08, 2016 6:44 AM

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