Update: Repairs being done at Villa Pacifica Apts - Tucson News Now

Update: Repairs being done at Villa Pacifica Apts

Repairs at apartment complex (Source: Jerry Plunkett) Repairs at apartment complex (Source: Jerry Plunkett)
Repairs at apartment complex (Source: Jerry Plunkett) Repairs at apartment complex (Source: Jerry Plunkett)
Repairs at apartment complex (Source: Jerry Plunkett) Repairs at apartment complex (Source: Jerry Plunkett)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Roof repair work is underway at a local apartment complex following Tucson News Now's questions to management. 

[READ MORE: Tenants frustrated about rain leaking into their apartments]

Several tenants living at the Villa Pacifica Apartments alerted us about rainwater leaking into their apartments for the past two weeks.  

In one man's apartment, paint was sagging of the wall and the carpet was soaked. Tenants said their request to help fix the problem were being ignored. 

Tenants told us the landlord now hired a roofing company from Phoenix to patch the roof - and work orders are being addressed.

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