Complex's tenants given week to leave

LR says code violations not fixed

Posted: August 30, 2014 at 2:58 a.m.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/BENJAMIN KRAIN --08/29/2014-- Mark Greene, the property manager at Willow Creek Apartments on Geyer Springs Rd. shows a unit in the complex that has been vacant for sometime because of mold and has had several instances of non-residents breaking in and occupying the space over the past few months. The complex has been cited with more than 100 violations considered as life safety issues forcing residents to vacate by September 5.

Little Rock officials have been granted permission by a circuit court judge to close the Willow Creek Apartments off Geyer Springs Road, and residents were given seven days to relocate.

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