Public records allow scrutiny
Part 4 of The Republican's Sunshine Week series: Public records allow scrutiny:
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"The tenants complain about conditions in their apartment, a city inspection follows, and a notice of violations is mailed to the property owner demanding compliance.
"Landlord Anthony Ping Zuo, of the affluent suburb of Weston, however, found himself under the added scrutiny of The Republican - triggered by a wide-open paper trail that would link Zuo to hundreds of code violations in buildings across the region, and beyond."
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