Residents forced from their homes in Wadsworth where mine collapse may have damaged condos (OH)

On her two year anniversary of living at Cornerstone Condominiums in Wadsworth, Connie Bechtel was forced to move out for her own safety.  Within the last few weeks, a large crack formed in her first floor ceiling and several other cracks developed along her basement floor and walls. In addition, one of her inside doors won’t close. She has propped up two by fours to keep it from swinging open.  The noises are scary and make her wonder if the condo is sinking.     Read the article……………


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