City: No flaws in condemned ambulance building
EMTs were given 90 days to leave by the landlord, but city officials have found no structural deficiencies
TRACY, Calif. — The former American Medical Response substation on Beverly Place was condemned by property owner Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, but city officials couldn’t find any structural deficiencies during a subsequent inspection.
Tracy Code Enforcement Manager Ana Contreras said code enforcement officer Jim Decker inspected 455 Beverly Place on Nov. 18 with the hospital’s maintenance supervisor and concluded that the building was in fair shape.
“According to our inspection, we did not find any structural deficiencies that would have prompted the city to order the building to be vacated,” she said. “He (Decker) came back and said structurally, the building was structurally sound, with some damage to the foundation and stucco that joined a separate building addition.”
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