In 2016, city code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater – improperly hooked up and with bare wires exposed – at a Fresno apartment complex. The city is planning a stronger rental housing inspection program but said Oct. 26 that its start is delayed until early 2018.
In 2016, city code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater – improperly hooked up and with bare wires exposed – at a Fresno apartment complex. The city is planning a stronger rental housing inspection program but said Oct. 26 that its start is delayed until early 2018. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
In 2016, city code enforcement inspector John Tanksley examines a broken heater – improperly hooked up and with bare wires exposed – at a Fresno apartment complex. The city is planning a stronger rental housing inspection program but said Oct. 26 that its start is delayed until early 2018. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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