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  • Fresno landlord vows to be vigilant about his apartments' conditions

    Guadalupe Fernandez owns an apartment complex on East Clay Avenue in southeast Fresno. He says conditions in the complex plummeted after he became ill and hired an on-site management company. He says things are better now, and he'll be more selective about tenants. "I'm going to cover my back."

Fresno landlord vows to be vigilant about his apartments' conditions

Guadalupe Fernandez owns an apartment complex on East Clay Avenue in southeast Fresno. He says conditions in the complex plummeted after he became ill and hired an on-site management company. He says things are better now, and he'll be more selective about tenants. "I'm going to cover my back."
John Walker The Fresno Bee