City will re-examine caretaker role at KRP

The Keizer City Council will re-examine the scuttling of a caretaker program at Keizer Rapids Park after new renter protections appear to complicate plans to turn a home into a city-owned rental property.

An issue that arose at a Keizer Parks Advisory Board meeting rocketed to the top of the Keizer City Council’s agenda six days later. 

Members of the Parks Board recommended the council reassess a . . .

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