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Fresno code inspector Stephen Cox inspects the Decubas family's apartment at 2061 S. Hayston Ave. in southeast Fresno. The apartment complex was featured in The Fresno Bee's "Living in Misery" project in May because of its many issues. Fresno city inspectors on Thursday, June 16, 2016, documented the issues residents still have with roaches, mice, mold and basic maintenance. SILVIA FLORES The Fresno Bee

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UPDATED June 21, 2016 01:22 PM

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