After Tragic Condo Fire, District Seeks Community Feedback On Possible Changes To Code (MO)

When four children were killed in a tragic fire at Compass Pointe Condominiums, the community and public officials began looking for ways to keep this from happening again.  A special committee was formed, and it sought input from the public regarding changes to the fire code that would be reasonable and implementable, and would help save lives.    Read the article…………


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