The Roving Eye- I.R.P.O.A. First Quarterly Meeting of 2016

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The Roving Eye- I.R.P.O.A. First Quarterly Meeting of 2016

The First Inglewood Rental Property Owners Association held its First quarterly meeting on March 16th, 2016. The meeting was held at the Inglewood Library Lecture Hall, next door to the City Hall. The speakers included: Inglewood Police Chief Mark Fronterotta, Councilmen Alex Padilla, Councilman Eloy Morales, and Councilman Ralph Franklin. Angela Williams, Environmental Services Manager, City of Inglewood and Dawn Harris, Municipal Relationship Manager for Republic Services provided information on abandoned/bulky item dumping and collections for rental property owners. Malcolm Bennett, Chairperson Inglewood Rental Property Owners Association, provided a legislative update on current state-wide bills that affect rental property owners. The Inglewood Rental Property Owners Association never fails when it comes to key rental owner information, it is so beneficial to attend and gain knowledge about rights, city and state bills, and knowing the do’s and don’ts when renting your property as an owner. For more information on how to join the I.R.P.O.A. or if you are already a member and have any questions, concerns, or suggestions please feel free to contact International Realty & Investments, Los Angeles office.

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