Senior city code inspector Stephen Cox, left, inspects Luis Decubas’ apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Ave. in southeast Fresno in June. The apartment complex was featured in The Bee’s “Living in Misery” project in May which found Decubas’ family had roach and mice infestations, mold, and maintenance problems.
Senior city code inspector Stephen Cox, left, inspects Luis Decubas’ apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Ave. in southeast Fresno in June. The apartment complex was featured in The Bee’s “Living in Misery” project in May which found Decubas’ family had roach and mice infestations, mold, and maintenance problems. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Senior city code inspector Stephen Cox, left, inspects Luis Decubas’ apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Ave. in southeast Fresno in June. The apartment complex was featured in The Bee’s “Living in Misery” project in May which found Decubas’ family had roach and mice infestations, mold, and maintenance problems. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

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