Seniors in a living nightmare after being forced from condos (BC)

For years now, Thelma Mazzei and dozens of other seniors in the South Okanagan have been living a condo owner’s nightmare.  Park Place, a condominium complex in Oliver, was found to contain cracks in the floors and walls following a minor earthquake in 2011. Two years later, troubling concerns raised in an engineer’s report led to the entire building being evacuated.


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