RICHMOND – After receiving a running-water complaint, city officials declared a four-unit building on Camden Street vacated and dangerous, City Administrator Tonya Willim said.

“This allowed us to call the owners and receive permission to enter the premises,” Willim said. “The city does not have property maintenance codes, so we cannot legally enter a building owned by someone else without their permission.”

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