Altamonte Springs renters living in moldy condo offered new unit after Channel 9 report (FL)

Renters in an Altamonte Springs apartment said they have been living in deteriorating conditions for a nearly a year, and management refused to help until they turned to Channel 9 to get answers.  Gilretta and Felice Mathieu said they’ve been doing everything right as tenants, and have reported the issues right away, but they feel they’ve gotten nothing except their health jeopardized.  The mold growing inside their unit at Waterside at Crane’s Roost tested positive for black mold.    Read the article………….


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