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Tenants of the Jardins d’Apolline development, which has undergone major reconstruction work over many months to rectify serious problems with the plumbing, are being offered new equipment for their kitchens.
Many tenants, who are Monegasques, had to live elsewhere when the work was undertaken, and needed to store furniture and kitchen appliances.
Albert Croesi, the official handling the reconstruction project on behalf of the Minister of State, informed the residents of the offer earlier in August. About 237 homes will benefit from the offer.
The initial plan was for the furniture and appliances to be cleaned and reassembled before being re-installed.
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