Jerry Fraker, Raleigh’s chief plumbing inspector  inspects  finished  units Thursday inside the new 24-story SkyHouse Raleigh apartment building.  The inspections department is handling an uptick in jobs, leading to a request for more staff in the next budget year.
Jerry Fraker, Raleigh’s chief plumbing inspector inspects finished units Thursday inside the new 24-story SkyHouse Raleigh apartment building. The inspections department is handling an uptick in jobs, leading to a request for more staff in the next budget year. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com
Jerry Fraker, Raleigh’s chief plumbing inspector inspects finished units Thursday inside the new 24-story SkyHouse Raleigh apartment building. The inspections department is handling an uptick in jobs, leading to a request for more staff in the next budget year. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com

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