STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) -- Residents of a Sterling Heights apartment complex are being forced to move out as a result of flood damage.
WDIV-TV reports (http://bit.ly/VqYiJj ) a management company said Thursday it's canceling the leases on 20 apartments because of unspecified health problems caused by flooding. Letters posted on residents' doors say eviction notices could be issued within 10 days if tenants don't move out.
The letters say residents will get a refund on security deposits and the rest of the month's rent if they turn in their keys.
A tenant says he doesn't know how he will move in just a few days. Another says he hasn't found anywhere else to go.
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