A federal appeals court has rejected a challenge (class-action lawsuit brought by residents) to a Saginaw ordinance that requires owners of vacant properties to allow the city to enter if the property becomes dangerous.

The original lawsuit was filed in March 2018. Additional details available by clicking here.

For additional information regarding the recent federal court ruling, please click on the following link:
Mlive.com: Appeals court rules Saginaw vacant property registry doesn’t violate U.S. Constitution