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Augusta Fire Department finds multiple code violations at Bon Air Apartments



In a March 16 inspection, Augusta Fire Department investigators found 19 fire code violations at the Bon Air Apartments, located at 2101 Walton Way, and there may be more.

According to fire department, the manager on duty was not available and the maintenance person the Fire Marshal inspectors s...

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  1. I Googled “The Bon Air-Vanderbilt Hotel”. I could just weep at the loss of this treasure! Is it too late? I also Googled Redwood Housing and I can now understand the decay we are seeing. Wonder how Redwood would handle a “this property is condemned” notice? What has been allowed to happen here is a disgrace and a shame on this once fine city. “Save the Bon Air” ought to become the new battle cry!

  2. Can’t the fire Marshall suspend the certificate of occupancy? If I recall, not too many years ago the Mercy Ministries
    boarding house was shut down for similar violations of noncompliance. Of course, that begs the question of where all the people would go to live in the meantime… how about a 90 day deadline to meet the Code requirements and hefty fines? Surely they can do SOMETHING to force the issue.

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