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Augusta commissioner wants problems at Bon Air fixed; owners not responsive



An Augusta commissioner wants Bon Air Apartments brought up to snuff, but the current owners are not responsive.

District 3 Commissioner Catherine McKnight has toured the Bon Air Apartments multiple times and attempted to engage the new owners of the property, but she says Redwood Housing is al...

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  1. It is a shame that the individuals that are living at the Bon Air are residing in a slum property. There is no excuse for these conditions particularly when Redwood is receiving government money. It is time for Code Enforcement, the Fire Department and HUD to pursue heavy fines with compliance dates for Redwood. No more excuses –

  2. I already posted a comment on another related story about the Fire Marshall finding many code violations. Citations, fines and of course suspension of occupancy certificate are options. Keep up the pressure, Katherine!

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