A Freedom of Information request by The Pantagraph finds potentially troubling information at the scene of the March apartment fire.
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Documents obtained by The Pantagraph show an inspector wrote that "draftstopping" in the Traditions Bloomington Apartments complex should "extend all the way to the top of the deck to prevent that fire spread."
The five candidates vying to head the Twin Cities combined raised around $157,000 in the six months leading up to the consolidated election, according to state records released this week.
The property management company that owns Bloomington Traditions Apartments contends that reconstruction of the 20-unit building that burned in March can't move ahead unless the whole complex is rezoned.