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Where Will Rresidents of a Condemned Apt. Building Go? Today on the Mike Bastinelli Show

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The City of Yakima has ordered the closure of two historic apartment buildings because of numerous and persistent code violations.  City officials say the tenants of the Cascade and Senator apartments have to be out this Friday.  Today on the “Mike Bastinelli Show,” Tim Sullivan, a senior program manager at the Yakima County Department of Human Services will talk about what will happen with the 200 residents.

Also today Dan Neilsen will join us to talk about what he is doing to honor fallen U.S. service men and women.

Listen today from 3 to 6 on AM 1280 and FM 99.3 Newstalk KIT.

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