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City: Codes violation at Beit Shalom building settled

Posted 3/9/22

UTICA — Protecting the health and safety of the public is a top priority of the city administration, officials at City Hall said in an announcement addressing an issue at the Beit Shalom building …

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City: Codes violation at Beit Shalom building settled

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UTICA — Protecting the health and safety of the public is a top priority of the city administration, officials at Utica City Hall said in an announcement addressing an issue at the Beit Shalom building in Franklin Square.

When debris fell off the Beit Shalom building in Franklin Square, the Codes Department cited the property owners as the city believed the condition of the building posed a hazard to the public, the city announcement said. Repairs were made to the building and a city judge ruled the repairs were sufficient for the building to reopen, officials added. While the codes violations are now settled, the city has no further comment as there is pending civil litigation.

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