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Sprinkler law doesn't impact older multi-family structures

7:17 AM, Jul. 26, 2013
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State legislators have upgraded the rules that require automatic sprinklers in newly constructed multifamily buildings, but most older apartment buildings lack the life-saving systems.

The Wisconsin Legislature approved new administrative rules n 2008 that require apartment buildings and condominiums with three or more units to have fire sprinkler systems installed. Prior to the law change, only buildings with 20 or more residential units were required to comply.

Fond du Lac Fire Chief Peter O'Leary says automatic sprinkler systems are not only life-saving but can provide a huge ...

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