Resident Joe Clark pulls open one of his apartment windows and shakes it to show how it rattles Friday at the Boynton Terrace Apartments public housing complex in Chattanooga. Clark says that there is no insulation around the windows of his eighth floor apartment, and that many of the complex's doors have gaps to the floor that allows air to blow in.
Resident Joe Clark pulls open one of his apartment windows and shakes it to show how it rattles Friday at the Boynton Terrace Apartments public housing complex in Chattanooga. Clark says that there is no insulation around the windows of his eighth floor apartment, and that many of the complex's doors have gaps to the floor that allows air to blow in.
Photo by Doug Strickland .
published Friday, December 27th, 2013
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