AC-T: City of Asheville shuts down RAD buildings

Here’s an excerpt from the Asheville Citizen-Times article:

The city on Monday cut the electricity to eight buildings in the River Arts District and requested a disconnection of gas services, said Shannon Tuch, director of development services.

The city cited various code violations and safety concerns for the structures at 339 Old Lyman St. Tenants rent space in the buildings from property owner Robert Camille and run a variety of operations, including a dance studio, art studios and a woodworking shop.

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