I don't live in the QCA, can I attend remotely?

Section 8-7203 of the Moline Code requires that you have a local agent and, under the Crime-Free program, it is sufficient if the local agent attends. Pursuant to the code definition, a Local Agent means a person who is a natural resident of Rock Island County, Illinois, who is appointed by a property owner to accept service of notice on behalf of the property owner when said owner is not a natural resident of Rock Island County, Illinois.

We do not have any plans to offer the Crime Free Housing Program educational seminar via remote attendance.  Our Community Room has sufficient square footage to allow for social distancing of small groups and facemasks are required in the room.  The Public Works staff sanitizes the room after each use in addition to our fogging system that is used on tables and chairs.  Additionally, high touch areas in the lobby are sanitized on a frequent basis by our cleaning staff. 

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1. What is considered a nuisance property?
2. Does this ordinance unfairly target victims of abuse?
3. I am concerned this will impact undocumented immigrants.
4. This program seems to be discriminatory to convicted felons.
5. I own rental property, do I have to attend a seminar?
6. I own a single family rental, does this apply?
7. I am a good landlord, this seems like an unfair burden.
8. I own property in another city and have a Crime Free certification. Do I have to attend?
9. I don't live in the QCA, can I attend remotely?
10. Will the police notify me of violations on my property?
11. How long do I have to get tenants to sign the lease addendum?
12. What happens if I don't attend a class or add the lease addendum?
13. What are the fines associated with this ordinance?