Police Train Landlords on Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Police Department offered a training Tuesday for local landlords about tenant laws, but one rule in particular had property owners’ interest. After Monday night’s city council vote, many Eugene landlords are curious how the social host ordinance will change their business. Part of the ordinance holds landlords accountable for social … Continue reading »

Council Approves Social Host Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — Hosting a disruptive party could now land you a significant fine. The Eugene City Council unanimously approved a controversial social host ordinance at Monday’s city council meeting.  Eugene Police says it’s happy it passed. The social host ordinance is meant to put a stop to excessive parties and ultimately prevent underage drinking … Continue reading »

Council to Vote on Social Host Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — Some very vocal neighbors could claim a major victory over their much louder neighbors. The Eugene City Council is expected to take up the social host ordinance Monday for a vote. It could mean the end of a long and controversial battle. Neighbors of some University of Oregon students are fed up … Continue reading »

Residents Discuss Social Host Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — There was a passionate debate at the Eugene City Council meeting Monday. More than 50 people signed up to weigh in on an ordinance that could change the way people host parties. The social host ordinance would establish more fines for people hosting the party or make the landlord reimburse police for … Continue reading »

Council Discusses Social Host Ordinance

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police say disruptive parties are more than just an annoyance. They’re an issue the city has been working on for about two years now. The city council revisited the idea Wednesday of a social host ordinance. The city council spent the majority of work session figuring out why this ordinance is … Continue reading »

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