by Andrea Vaage and Gary Taylor Dean v City of Winona Minnesota Supreme Court, August 5, 2015 This is an update on the Winona, MN case from last year, which can be found here. To recap, homeowners wishing to obtain a rental license in Winona cannot do so if 30% of the properties on their … Continue reading Winona, MN rental ordinance case dismissed as moot by Minnesota Supreme Court
The Minneapolis Star-Tribune has posted a good article recapping yesterday’s MN Supreme Court arguments concerning Winona’s 30% cap on rental units. You’ll find the article here.
Winona, Minnesota’s ordinance restricting the number of rental units to 30% of the total properties on any given block is going to be heard by the Minnesota Supreme Court today. We blogged about the Court of Appeals case here. The Court of Appeals determined that the 30% rule was a valid exercise of the city’s … Continue reading News from around Minnesota: Winona rental restriction ordinance now before the MN Supreme Court
by Rachel Greifenkamp and Gary Taylor Dean v. City of Winona (Minnesota Court of Appeals, February 24, 2014) In the City of Winona, MN, there exists an ordinance that limits, in certain districts of the city, the number of lots on a block that are eligible to obtain certification as a rental property. Based on the … Continue reading Limiting percentage of rental units allowed per block was valid exercise of police power