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Displaced Bella Vista Seniors Must Wait 3 More Weeks
by Staff | Aug 15, 2013 9:32 pm
Posted to: Housing, The Heights
Carabetta Management needs at least three more weeks to replace an electrical system responsible for a fire that displaced hundreds of people from their homes early Wednesday at the Bella Vista complex in Fair Haven Heights.
The company issued a press release Thursday afternoon with that announcement.
Click here to read about the fire and the displacement.
Carabetta’s release stated:
We have completed our initial assessment of the North Tower of building D. As of now, we anticipate the repairs will take 3 weeks or more as we are awaiting the fabrication of a new electrical system from the manufacturer. The New Haven Fire Department, Building Department and Carabetta Management are working hand in hand, to complete the task as safely and efficiently as possible.
We will be posting updates periodically on our website; BellaVistaLiving.com. Information will also be available through our security office @ 203-468-1531. Please be assured we have crews working 24 hours around the clock to restore the buildings residents to their homes. In the interim, all affected families have been provided housing at local hotels. We are grateful for all the support we have received, and that all of our residents are able to return home safely.
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Those displaced by the fire have been relocated to West Haven and Branford. The Red Cross and the CT Food Bank, along with the City are assisting with food. The West Haven Emergency Task Force (WHEAT)is accepting food and money donations for the displaced residents. The collection is from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday at 674 Washington Ave. Food, gift cards to super markets, games, decks of cards, can openers, CT Transit bus passes, and offers of help would be welcome.
Pat Wallace, Director of Elderly Services, City of New Haven, 203-982-1388