Updated:CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
Channel 9 spoke with police Thursday, getting an update on the city's rental property ordinance.
Last year the ordinance was expanded to require rental property owners to register with police.
Police said they are working with the owners of more than two dozen properties that have been in violation because of violence and other issues.
Find out which positive changes police said the ordinance has brought to the city and why some property owners still don't believe the ordinance is effective, on Eyewitness News starting at 5 p.m.
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