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    Inspection at 188 Dartmouth Street in Portland - Yoon S. Byun/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A city inspections vehicle is parked outside 188 Dartmouth St. on Monday as a Portland code enforcement officer and a fire captain look through a property owned by Gregory Nisbet.

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    Portland Code Enforcement Officer Chuck Fagone, left, and Fire Capt. David Petruccelli, center, speak with Roxann White, who lives at 188 Dartmouth St. “I’ve made hundreds of complaints to the landlord,” White said. “Even after Noyes Street, none of it was changing.”

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    Roxann White, who lives at 188 Dartmouth St., speaks with the media Monday while another resident, Jibril Koshin, stands by. White says combustible materials are stored in the basement near an old furnace, where she says flames can been seen when it’s running.

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    A speaker is covered with mold in the basement at 188 Dartmouth St. At least one tenant says that mold in the house has caused health problems.

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    Inside the duplex, there are numerous holes in the walls, stains and patches of spackling.

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    A sticker on a door at 188 Dartmouth St. reads "In Case of Fire Yell ‘"Fire.’"

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    A smoke detector in a room at 188 Dartmouth St. in Portland, a property owned by Gregory Nisbet. Tenants have complained about a lack of smoke detectors in the building.

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    Noorhussein Ibrahim, right, and Jibril Koshin show a reporter a plywood door they say they were asked to use as an emergency exit. The door leads to the room of another unit.

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    Noorhussein Ibrahim, opening door, and Jibril Koshin, who live at 188 Dartmouth St. in Portland, show the plywood door Monday that they say they were asked to use as an emergency exit by the landlord, Gregory Nisbet. The plywood door leads to the room of another unit. Nisbet owns 20-24 Noyes St., where six people were killed by a fire that broke out Nov. 1.

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    Portland Fire Capt. David Petruccelli confirmed violations after Monday's inspection of 188 Dartmouth St., a property owned by Gregory Nisbet.

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    The building at 188 Dartmouth St. has been inspected six times since July 2013. Because the building has just two apartments, it is not subject to inspections unless the city receives complaints.

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    Residents, from left, Noorhussein Ibrahim, Stephen Soldan and Roxann White speak Monday with Portland Code Enforcement Officer Chuck Fagone, right, and Fire Capt. David Petruccelli outside 188 Dartmouth St., a property owned by Gregory Nisbet. Nisbet owns 20-24 Noyes St., where a fire on Nov. 1 killed six people.

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