NJ Spotlight News

Jersey City mayor wants new safety protocols for high-rises

Clip: 07/07/2021 | 2m 34s | Video has closed captioning.

The collapse of a Miami condo building is prompting Jersey City to reexamine safety requirements for the city’s high rise buildings. On Wednesday, Mayor Steven Fulop announced legislation to create new safety protocols for both residential and commercial buildings. It mandates structural inspections of all concrete buildings above six stories at least every 10 years.

Aired: 07/07/21

Rating: NR

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