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Posted at 10:31 PM ET, 01/15/2010

D.C. to crack down on landlords near Georgetown

By Terri Rupar

The D.C. government said Friday that it will begin a new effort to get landlords in the Georgetown University area to comply with licensing rules.

The District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs sent a notice on Twitter and on a blog post that Tuesday it will begin to send letters to more than 125 landlords who the agency believes may be operating in the university neighborhood without a valid business license.

The agency said the landlords will get 10 days to apply for the license and have their property inspected.

“We encourage all landlords to come in voluntarily before we have to take enforcement action,” the agency said. It said further details will be provided soon.

--Martin Weil

By Terri Rupar  | January 15, 2010; 10:31 PM ET
 
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