City code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater, improperly hooked up, with bare wires exposed, at an apartment complex at 4551 E. Clay, as part of a new code enforcement effort by the city to address substandard housing.
City code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater, improperly hooked up, with bare wires exposed, at an apartment complex at 4551 E. Clay, as part of a new code enforcement effort by the city to address substandard housing. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
City code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater, improperly hooked up, with bare wires exposed, at an apartment complex at 4551 E. Clay, as part of a new code enforcement effort by the city to address substandard housing. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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