ONEONTA, N.Y. -- A meeting is planned for later this week between city officials and the owners of the former Oneonta Hotel.
The Main Street building, that now houses apartments, was deemed unsafe in fall of 2017.
Owners had a deadline of January 11 to bring it up to code.
All Otsego is reporting that there are still nearly a dozen pages of code violations.
Violations include a blocked sprinkler system, and no cooking appliances in some units.
There are people who are still living in the building.
A meeting is scheduled for Friday.
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