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Redwood Housing committed to rehabbing Bon Air



The historic Bon Air Apartments have been under the microscope of local officials for the past several months with the Augusta fire marshal releasing a report of multiple violations found in a March 15 inspection.

Representatives from Redwood Housing, who operate the Bon Air Apartments, located ...

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  1. The last paragraph quoted from Boehm sounds like “hot air”…if they truly felt this way why didn’t they do something before their feet were put to the fire??? Scott, can you give some history on why this historic hotel was designated Section 8?

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