University of Kansas fraternity house landlords form group
April 23, 2017
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Representatives from the University of Kansas' most well-established fraternities are forming a business league to help protect the groups' houses.
The Kansas Fraternity Landlords' League formally incorporated in fall 2015, but its executive director, Aaron Racine, said the league is looking to become more active this semester.
Racine said the nonprofit is similar to trade associations and business leagues.
"We are only successful if we have good houses as tenants," he said. "They are big, expensive assets. Let's say a chapter gets disbanded or suspended, or whatever...