New Brunswick housing inspectors respond to KIYC investigation

NEW BRUNSWICK - New Brunswick housing inspectors descended on a condo complex this morning, in the wake of a Kane In Your Corner investigation last week.

Last Thursday, News 12 New Jersey's Walt Kane spoke to residents of the Case DiLusso Condos in New Brunswick about the building's siding that was peeling off buildings and staircases that were so unstable several residents say they were injured when they unexpectedly collapsed.

Six New Brunswick housing inspectors visited the complex early this morning to look for possible housing code violations.

If violations are found, the condo board and management company would be forced to correct them. The condo's management company said last week that it would like to do more renovations but lacked the funds to do so.Read the full inspection report hereFed up condo owners in New Brunswick call KIYC

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