ONEONTA, N.Y. -- The owners of the former Oneonta Hotel, turned into an apartment building, were supposed to appear in Otsego County Court Friday morning for a hearing – but that hearing has been adjourned until September 18.
The owners, Melania and Nicolae Pervu, have been embattled with the city of Oneonta over a number of codes violations.
The Pervu's have been charged with contempt for failing to make those repairs.
The February deadline has since passed for the Pervu's to remove all tenants from their apartment building.
The court gave the owners until January 11 to fix the violations, which the city argues haven't been done.
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