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KITCHENER —Fire-
The chief fire officer of the kidina Fire Department said that the safety problems of the two large apartment buildings on Traynor Avenue will be solved in one way or another.
"I don't know how long it will take, but I can assure you that at the end of the day these buildings will be tipping --top —
Whether it's voluntary or not, "said Tom Luger.
"It will not be done for us until we are sure that the building has returned to a reasonable level of fire safety.
"The fire department recently imposed 20 penalties for violating fire regulations on two buildings with a total of about 135 units.
The buildings are located at 301 and 341 Traynor Street, respectively.
Questions included in-
In order to prevent the spread of fire, lack of fire protection between the stairwell and the lobby, the dry sprinkler system breaks, the fire alarm system control panel flashes, "Trouble"of-
Date of fire safety plan, fuse loss and overuse of extension cord and socket adapter.
"We have plugs when you try to insert things into them or don't work at all," said Dennis larlund, tenant of Traynor Ave 301.
The deadline for the completion of the work has passed, and not all of the work has been completed, said Ruggle.
But he says there is already a "step forward ".
"Things seem to be going on so far, but we are watching closely to make sure they do follow that path.
"In addition to the alleged violation of the fire code, the building of Traynor Avenue-
Just north of the intersection of Cortland Avenue East and Manitoba Avenue-
Was hit by a notice from the city of kidina on suspicion of violating property standards.
The focus of the work order is the shortage of pests and hot water.
Danny Ross, spokesman for property manager Greenwin Inc.
Said the company is working hard to comply with work orders for fire department and property standards.
"After receiving the notice, Greenwin submitted a plan to the owner to immediately focus on any life --
"The safety issues raised by the fire department, as well as projects to address the necessary repairs in public areas and individual suites," Ross said . ".
"The company is fully committed to complying with the notice and performing any required repairs at the hotel.
We are confident that our efforts will satisfy the investigators and that our ongoing efforts will be fully compliant in the short term.
"Fire Department officials will visit these buildings on a regular basis to ensure that the work continues.
If progress is stopped, charges can be made against violations of the fire act or non-compliance with inspection orders under the provincial Crimes Act.
"Then, it is up to the provincial Criminal Court to decide whether or not this person or organization has done anything," said Ruggle . ".
Convicted of not complying with the order, a maximum fine of $20,000 per day can be imposed.
"I don't think we usually see this in court, but there is this risk there," said Ruggle . ".
The fire department is also entitled to remove all tenants in a building, but this is not considered by the Traynor building.
"We 've done this on other properties where the building environment is so extreme that we really don't have the ability to mitigate the risks of the occupants," said Ruggle . ".
10 to 15 kitchen buildings were demolished, most of them small, he recalls.
"A year and a half ago, we had a boarding house on Victoria Street, where the construction conditions were not something that we could reasonably correct, but rather a little bit to keep the occupants safe, so we took all the people away.
The owner moved the tenant to other buildings he owned.
Ruggle encourages tenants with fires
First talk to the owner or manager about safety.
If these issues are not addressed, please contact the fire department at 519-741-
2495 or fire @ kitchenerca.
"We want to hear what the problem is," ruuggle said . ".
The inspection of the Traynor Avenue building resulted in a notice of violation of fire regulations, which was triggered by the telephone of the tenant.
"If the actual people who live in the building let us know where the problems they can't solve, we have more power," said ruuggle . ".
"Ultimately, our hope is to create a community where people look for themselves and others in the building.
"Gpaul @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ GPaulRecordKITCHENER-Fire-
The chief fire officer of the kidina Fire Department said that the safety problems of the two large apartment buildings on Traynor Avenue will be solved in one way or another.
"I don't know how long it will take, but I can assure you that at the end of the day these buildings will be tipping --top —
Whether it's voluntary or not, "said Tom Luger.
"It will not be done for us until we are sure that the building has returned to a reasonable level of fire safety.
"The fire department recently imposed 20 penalties for violating fire regulations on two buildings with a total of about 135 units.
The buildings are located at 301 and 341 Traynor Street, respectively.
Questions included in-
In order to prevent the spread of fire, lack of fire protection between the stairwell and the lobby, the dry sprinkler system breaks, the fire alarm system control panel flashes, "Trouble"of-
Date of fire safety plan, fuse loss and overuse of extension cord and socket adapter.
"We have plugs when you try to insert things into them or don't work at all," said Dennis larlund, tenant of Traynor Ave 301.
The deadline for the completion of the work has passed, and not all of the work has been completed, said Ruggle.
But he says there is already a "step forward ".
"Things seem to be going on so far, but we are watching closely to make sure they do follow that path.
"In addition to the alleged violation of the fire code, the building of Traynor Avenue-
Just north of the intersection of Cortland Avenue East and Manitoba Avenue-
Was hit by a notice from the city of kidina on suspicion of violating property standards.
The focus of the work order is the shortage of pests and hot water.
Danny Ross, spokesman for property manager Greenwin Inc.
Said the company is working hard to comply with work orders for fire department and property standards.
"After receiving the notice, Greenwin submitted a plan to the owner to immediately focus on any life --
"The safety issues raised by the fire department, as well as projects to address the necessary repairs in public areas and individual suites," Ross said . ".
"The company is fully committed to complying with the notice and performing any required repairs at the hotel.
We are confident that our efforts will satisfy the investigators and that our ongoing efforts will be fully compliant in the short term.
"Fire Department officials will visit these buildings on a regular basis to ensure that the work continues.
If progress is stopped, charges can be made against violations of the fire act or non-compliance with inspection orders under the provincial Crimes Act.
"Then, it is up to the provincial Criminal Court to decide whether or not this person or organization has done anything," said Ruggle . ".
Convicted of not complying with the order, a maximum fine of $20,000 per day can be imposed.
"I don't think we usually see this in court, but there is this risk there," said Ruggle . ".
The fire department is also entitled to remove all tenants in a building, but this is not considered by the Traynor building.
"We 've done this on other properties where the building environment is so extreme that we really don't have the ability to mitigate the risks of the occupants," said Ruggle . ".
10 to 15 kitchen buildings were demolished, most of them small, he recalls.
"A year and a half ago, we had a boarding house on Victoria Street, where the construction conditions were not something that we could reasonably correct, but rather a little bit to keep the occupants safe, so we took all the people away.
The owner moved the tenant to other buildings he owned.
Ruggle encourages tenants with fires
First talk to the owner or manager about safety.
If these issues are not addressed, please contact the fire department at 519-741-
2495 or fire @ kitchenerca.
"We want to hear what the problem is," ruuggle said . ".
The inspection of the Traynor Avenue building resulted in a notice of violation of fire regulations, which was triggered by the telephone of the tenant.
"If the actual people who live in the building let us know where the problems they can't solve, we have more power," said ruuggle . ".
"Ultimately, our hope is to create a community where people look for themselves and others in the building.
"Gpaul @ therecord.
Com, Weibo: @ GPaulRecordKITCHENER-Fire-
The chief fire officer of the kidina Fire Department said that the safety problems of the two large apartment buildings on Traynor Avenue will be solved in one way or another.
"I don't know how long it will take, but I can assure you that at the end of the day these buildings will be tipping --top —
Whether it's voluntary or not, "said Tom Luger.
"It will not be done for us until we are sure that the building has returned to a reasonable level of fire safety.
"The fire department recently imposed 20 penalties for violating fire regulations on two buildings with a total of about 135 units.
The buildings are located at 301 and 341 Traynor Street, respectively.
Questions included in-
In order to prevent the spread of fire, lack of fire protection between the stairwell and the lobby, the dry sprinkler system breaks, the fire alarm system control panel flashes, "Trouble"of-
Date of fire safety plan, fuse loss and overuse of extension cord and socket adapter.
"We have plugs when you try to insert things into them or don't work at all," said Dennis larlund, tenant of Traynor Ave 301.
The deadline for the completion of the work has passed, and not all of the work has been completed, said Ruggle.
But he says there is already a "step forward ".
"Things seem to be going on so far, but we are watching closely to make sure they do follow that path.
"In addition to the alleged violation of the fire code, the building of Traynor Avenue-
Just north of the intersection of Cortland Avenue East and Manitoba Avenue-
Was hit by a notice from the city of kidina on suspicion of violating property standards.
The focus of the work order is the shortage of pests and hot water.
Danny Ross, spokesman for property manager Greenwin Inc.
Said the company is working hard to comply with work orders for fire department and property standards.
"After receiving the notice, Greenwin submitted a plan to the owner to immediately focus on any life --
"The safety issues raised by the fire department, as well as projects to address the necessary repairs in public areas and individual suites," Ross said . ".
"The company is fully committed to complying with the notice and performing any required repairs at the hotel.
We are confident that our efforts will satisfy the investigators and that our ongoing efforts will be fully compliant in the short term.
"Fire Department officials will visit these buildings on a regular basis to ensure that the work continues.
If progress is stopped, charges can be made against violations of the fire act or non-compliance with inspection orders under the provincial Crimes Act.
"Then, it is up to the provincial Criminal Court to decide whether or not this person or organization has done anything," said Ruggle . ".
Convicted of not complying with the order, a maximum fine of $20,000 per day can be imposed.
"I don't think we usually see this in court, but there is this risk there," said Ruggle . ".
The fire department is also entitled to remove all tenants in a building, but this is not considered by the Traynor building.
"We 've done this on other properties where the building environment is so extreme that we really don't have the ability to mitigate the risks of the occupants," said Ruggle . ".
10 to 15 kitchen buildings were demolished, most of them small, he recalls.
"A year and a half ago, we had a boarding house on Victoria Street, where the construction conditions were not something that we could reasonably correct, but rather a little bit to keep the occupants safe, so we took all the people away.
The owner moved the tenant to other buildings he owned.
Ruggle encourages tenants with fires
First talk to the owner or manager about safety.
If these issues are not addressed, please contact the fire department at 519-741-
2495 or fire @ kitchenerca.
"We want to hear what the problem is," ruuggle said . ".
The inspection of the Traynor Avenue building resulted in a notice of violation of fire regulations, which was triggered by the telephone of the tenant.
"If the actual people who live in the building let us know where the problems they can't solve, we have more power," said ruuggle . ".
"Ultimately, our hope is to create a community where people look for themselves and others in the building.
"Gpaul @ therecord.
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