Residents at Hooksett apartment complex get weekslong timetable for return
HOOKSETT - Four to eight weeks is the time frame that tenants of 126 Mammoth Road got Tuesday before they could return home after the complex's roof collapsed Monday.
All the roof tops are clear and construction will begin - weather pending - as soon as possible.
In the meantime, residents have still been unable to enter the building to gather their personal items.
"We're hoping in the next two days, people can get what they need," said Peter Dolloff, President Sequel Management.
The other five buildings, built in the 1970s, also need to have their roofs updated to 2015 code standards so events like this don't happen again.
Residents are checking with their insurance companies to see what long-term plans can be made. In the mean time they are staying at Cawley Middle School in Hooksett while students are in February break.