Apartments become certified in Crime Free Multi-Housing

Sheriff’s Lt. James Bovet, right, and Crime Prevention Specialist Barbara Wallace, left, present Crime Free Multi-Housing certificates and a sign to Penny Ganci, second from right, and Melissa Dixon at the Courtyard Apartments. Ganci and Dixon are property management assistants — Ganci for the apartments at 733 B St. and Dixon for the apartments at 714 B St. — and took the sheriff’s class on Crime Free Multi-Housing. Bovet said apartments with crime-free housing certification can evict renters who have been arrested for crimes. Commenting that crime has been high, Bovet said, “It’s time to push back.”

Sentinel photo/Karen Brainard

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1 Comment for “Apartments become certified in Crime Free Multi-Housing”

  1. Joe

    This sounds like many lawsuits pending…
    "can evict renters who have been arrested for crimes."
    Says nothing about whether they were "Convicted" of crimes or found "Innocent"

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