In the Pines Gets Extension
Owners of an apartment complex in Gainesville that needs lots of work got an extension Thursday.
Code enforcement officers say In the Pines Apartments has rotting wood on staircases and balconies -- among other problems.
Back in November the city's Code Board found owners guilty of the violations and gave them six months for repairs.
That deadline came in early June.
The owners asked for more time -- and got it.
Code board members granted a six month extension.
Meanwhile, less than half the units at In the Pines are occupied.
The board is made up of seven volunteers from the community.
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