KNOXVILLE (WATE) -- Members of two University of Tennessee fraternities were allowed to move back in their fraternity houses Monday after making improvements following fire code violations.The best fix for the 40-plus-year-old house will come when a long awaited rebuilding effort is completed and there is a new house from the ground up.
Pi Kappa Phi was one of three fraternity houses forced to close due to violations.
Since that time, the fraternity has installed a new smoke detection system in its house.
Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon were also allowed to move in Monday. However, they remain on fire watch until their house is re-inspected on Thursday.
Lambda Chi Alpha is still working to fix the violations at its house, which also gets re-inspected Thursday.
2 UT-K fraternity houses re-opened after fire code violation repairs