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Burnsville cracks down on apartment complex after 120 code violations

The city says an apartment complex with more than 120 code violations can't lease any more units until it fixes the problems. Those include squirrels, mice, roaches, mold, bad wiring, faulty plumbing, sagging ceilings, the list goes on and on ...
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The city says an apartment complex with more than 120 code violations can't lease any more units until it fixes the problems. Those include squirrels, mice, roaches, mold, bad wiring, faulty plumbing, sagging ceilings, the list goes on and on ...

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