Cascades Grandview Apartments
Greensboro, NC - People who live at Cascades Grandview Apartments in Greensboro can't seem to catch a break.
In June of 2012, during triple digit heat, the A/C stopped working. Then in August the power was shut off and residents were evacuated.
In October, city officials say the apartment complex owes more than $74,000 in unpaid water bills. It's the same old for residents, but this time they seem to understand their new managers.
"Everybody here is surviving and they are dealing with it one step at a time," said Dean Smith, a Cascades Grandview resident.
"I believe the new management is doing a good job," said Smith.
"Everything is doing good right now. The new management is on their toes. And that's all your can really ask for."
The new managers didn't want to go on camera, but the City Communications Manager confirmed that management have met with the lender and the city, and are working out a solution.
Greensboro City officials are considering to allow the unpaid water bills to be published. According to the city's charter, the debt has to be advertised before a property can be foreclosed.
In a statement received by a city staffer, city officials are not recommending forecloser at this time.
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