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“Unlivable and uninhabitable”: Historic apartment building Gray Gables condemned

Gray Gables was built by local millionaire William H. Miner in the 1920s. For the last few decades the complex has been used as affordable housing for working class and low-income families, but the rambling apartment building has been neglected, … Read More …

Apartments ordered to be vacated

The Town of Chazy has ordered the owners of the Gray Gables apartment buildings off Route 9 to vacate tenants from the premises by July 22 because of structural issues.   Michael Tetreault Jr., Chazy Code/Zoning Enforcement Officer, issued the … Read More …

Chazy apartment building deemed unsafe to live in

Everyone living in an apartment building in New York’s North Country needs to find a new place to live…quickly. Their town has declared the building unfit for people to live in.   Residents at the Gray Gables Apartments on Route … Read More …

Code enforcement officer: Gray Gables apartments ‘unfit for human occupancy’

The Gray Gables apartments in Chazy are “unfit for human occupancy,” according to Town of Chazy Code Enforcement Officer Michael Tetreault.   In a letter dated July 7 to the building’s owner, Fredrick Reus, Tetreault writes the decision comes after … Read More …

Gray Gables Apartments in Chazy deemed unfit for occupancy

The Town of Chazy will shut down a local apartment building because it is not fit for people to live in, according to a statement released by Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York.   The town’s code enforcement officer, … Read More …

Code Enforcement Officer says Chazy’s Gray Gables “Unfit for Human Occupancy”

On July 8th, the Town of Chazy Code Enforcement Officer announced that he was closing Gray Gables, a local apartment building, because it is not fit for people to live in. Since 2015 the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New … Read More …

Legal Professionals Pledge Support for St. Clare’s Pensioners

“They were promised a pension, they did not receive what they were promised,” said LASNNY Advocacy Coordinator & Attorney Victoria Esposito. “You’ve got people who have worked their entire working lives, in some cases, who walked away with nothing.”   … Read More …

Albany program looks at how to prevent elder abuse

Sunday is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. So LifePath, former Senior Services of Albany, held a program aimed at helping us all spot and prevent this underreported and growing problem.   NewsChannel 13’s Benita Zahn moderated a great panel that … Read More …

LASNNY Announces Mark S. Ehrlich 2019 American Bar Association Pro Bono Publico Award Recipient

The Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York (LASNNY) announced that Marc S. Ehrlich, Esq. an attorney in private practice in Troy, New York has been selected as one of five awardees nationally for the 2019 American Bar Association Pro … Read More …

What do you do when you’ve lost everything? Albany fire victims get help.

  Three days after Quaisha Nobles woke up to black smoke and fled her now demolished Third Avenue home with her young children, she showed up at the Washington Avenue public library looking for support.   “Anything helps. We lost … Read More …