WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - West Lafayette Police Chief Jason Dombkowski told City Council Monday night that all questionable rental property signs in the city have been taken down.
As News 18 reported this summer, the city sent out letters to landlords asking them to take down permanent signs on properties after New Chauncey neighbors complained. Officials said they notified about a dozen landlords who were in violation of the unified zoning ordinance.
"I was happy to report to the council that all those signs did come down as of last Friday and we're hoping that that is the end of that issue," said Dombkowski.
Dombkowski said the department's Neighborhood Resource Team negotiated and picked apart the Unified Zoning Ordinance with the landlords to get the signs to come down. He said because of that, no legal action had to be taken.
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