The violations were first issued in October 2009. The buildings have been reinspected every month since then. In cases where a problem has not been fixed, the complaint is held open.
City inspectors sent Holloway a letter this week telling him that he is due in Municipal Court on Jan. 27 to face penalties for building code violations at five properties.
Holloway has been cited for 116 violations ranging from rodent and roach infestation to loose window trim and moldy walls, according to city officials and inspection records.
Some of the violations have been fixed, Weiler said. But dozens have not.
This just shows what kind of person Lee Holloway is, and it’s a shame he keeps getting voted back into office, because he’s not a leader.