‘A House That’s Literally Killing Me’: Families In Base Housing At Joint Base-Randolph Air Grievances

An Air Force investigation found that high humidity in the homes was responsible for many of the problems. Families say dehumidification measures haven’t worked, so far.

By Carson FrameDecember 16, 2019 9:30 am, , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

Leadership at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph has announced new measures to rein in Hunt Military Communities, a private housing contractor that manages some 300 homes there.

Military families living on the base have complained about poor housing conditions and bad maintenance by the company. Some 25 households attended a town hall at Fleenor auditorium Thursday, where they voiced their concerns and demanded accountability.

In late October, eight families sued Hunt for damages and mental anguish. They claim they were sickened by mold, vermin and other toxins while living in base housing, and attributed their issues to the company’s “profound neglect, malfeasance and greed.”

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