Duluth City Council considers new rental restriction

The new ordinance would limit landlords who convert single-family homes into multi-tenant properties to a maximum of four bedrooms in the future.
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The new ordinance would limit landlords who convert single-family homes into multi-tenant properties to a maximum of four bedrooms in the future.

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