Landlord training back by popular demand, addresses common, emerging issues
After a standing-room-only training last June, landlords in Clark County again can attend a training that addresses a variety of routine and emerging issues, including:
· Effective applicant screening techniques.
· Guidelines for regulating marijuana use in rentals.
· Lease language about rules prohibiting tobacco smoking and limiting guest stays to facilitate property maintenance, reduce tenant disputes, and improve community health.
· Partnering with public health agencies to support property management goals.
The event will be 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Vancouver Community Library, 901 C St. Paid parking is available at City Center Parking, 703 Broadway St.
Lunch will be provided. A $15 fee covers the cost of training materials.
Pre-registration is required. Contact Carole Dalton at (360) 397-8126 or Carole.Dalton@clark.wa.gov.
For more information, call Theresa Cross at (360) 397-8000 ext. 7378.
Paid for by a federal Community Transformation grant, the training is sponsored by Clark County Public Health. The speaker will be John H. Campbell, a nationally-recognized expert on landlord-tenant problem-solving.
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