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  • An apartment complex to be proud of

    Preston Prince, executive director of the Fresno Housing Authority, introduced Cedar Heights, a 14-unit, low-income apartment complex, as a place that private landlords should aspire to during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Many Fresno landlords have been taken to task lately over their less-than-ideal apartment complexes, many of which contain mold, rats and insect infestations.

Preston Prince, executive director of the Fresno Housing Authority, introduced Cedar Heights, a 14-unit, low-income apartment complex, as a place that private landlords should aspire to during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Many Fresno landlords have been taken to task lately over their less-than-ideal apartment complexes, many of which contain mold, rats and insect infestations. Kelsey Grey kgrey@mcclatchy.com
Preston Prince, executive director of the Fresno Housing Authority, introduced Cedar Heights, a 14-unit, low-income apartment complex, as a place that private landlords should aspire to during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Many Fresno landlords have been taken to task lately over their less-than-ideal apartment complexes, many of which contain mold, rats and insect infestations. Kelsey Grey kgrey@mcclatchy.com
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BoNhia Lee is a business reporter who has covered the ups and downs of the residential and commercial real estate market for The Bee since 2009. Contact her at blee@
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