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155 N Harbor Drive Condominium: Fire code violations: a $2500.00 fine for some and not for others

Draper And Kramer - 155 N Harbor Drive Condominium: Fire code violations: a $2500.00 fine for some and not for others
Some people are charged with fines of up to $2,500.00 for breaking fire codes, others just snub the noses at them. Jackets, boots, and backpacks line both sides of this hallway, while the owners entertain inside their condo ignoring fire code provisions expressly forbidding clutter of any kind along the hallways: video below. And this isn't their first time. So, are letters from management and fines being ignored, or have letters and fines never been sent. And curiously, after finally responding to complaints, why do door staff help clear the clutter. Doesn't their job description require them to remain at the door console. No wonder vagrants have been seen roaming the halls. For City of Chicago Code violations and a general breakdown of the condominium :
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Chicago, Illinois
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