Families forced from condo after building deemed unsafe (RI)

A local condominium was deemed unsafe one week before Christmas, forcing families out of their homes.  The River Haven Condominium is empty and residents are no longer allowed inside, with a sign on the door citing unsafe conditions. River Haven was built along Peters River in Woonsocket 11 years ago, complete with a fence and a retaining wall to keep rain storms from impacting the structure.    Read more……..


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