The facility must be made safe for these tenants." Steve Varnadoe, the landlord at Arbor Cottages, has been given more than two months of second chances. He has gone before the judge every Monday morning for a special hearing to update her on progress bringing the cottages up to code. Only one of the 20 cottages has passed inspection as of Wednesday. But all the other renters must relocate temporarily. It'll be up to Varnadoe to pay for his tenants' temporary housing arrangements.
Joe Wyborski, the live-in maintenance man at the cottages, doesn't know if that applies to him. "I don't know where I'm going to go," Wyborski said. I don't have a job." Tenants can come back once the cottages pass inspection. The city is making another exception – they're doing inspections one or two cottages at a time instead of all at once, so tenants can come back to each cottage as soon as it's proven safe. Varnadoe, I want you to do me a favor, I am asking you to tell the tenants to please do not give police or property maintenance or Mrs. This is in your best interest your property will be in better shape and their homes will be safer," Williams said. Electricians are hoping to get five of those cottages up to city code by the end of the week.
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