EASTVALE: Rental law OK’d as part of crime fight
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That could lead to unexpected bills for customers whose tanks fall short of full when they return them: Consumers could be billed a premium of more than $9 per gallon for the rental company to replace what’s missing. Karen Freeman of Atlanta told the Washington Post she recently returned a Chrysler 200 Sedan to the Richmond Airport with what she thought was a full tank. An employee at Avis verified as much. But a few days later, she received her credit card bill, which had an extra $7.43 for 0.8 gallons of gas – $9.29 per gallon. A representative told me that according to a satellite, when I picked up my car, it had 16.9 gallons in it, she told the paper. And when I returned it, it had 16.1 gallons.
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The Inland Gateway Association of Realtors has expressed concerns that the requirement that rental homes be inspected has the potential to violate the tenants rights. Eastvale resident Gretchen Hausman spoke of nine rental homes on her street that included a pot grow house and a residence she said hosted swinger parties. Eastvale Police Chief Danny Feltenberger told the council that over the past two years, about 45 pot grow houses had been raided in the city.
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