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Tenants in Cascade & Senator Apartments Stay Put

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YAKIMA, Wash.--People living in Yakima's Cascade and Senator apartments no longer have to move out.
 
The city said the owner of the downtown apartments fixed the faulty fire alarm system over the weekend, and now it's working properly.
 
The city said several holes in the ceilings and floors have also been repaired.
 
Tenants would have been forced to move out this Thursday if fire and safety code violations weren't addressed.
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