Toxic Crime Case at the Grove

After some children and sick senior citizens living there developed skin infections or respiratory problems, the toxic situation at Grove Apartments is being decided in court.

Two companies listed as owners of Grove Apartments in College Park were ordered to pay 55 tenants $2,200 for the costs of getting a new apartment, cleaning their belongings and moving, and also ordered to reimburse Fulton County for $20,000 spent to temporarily relocate the families in hotels after toxic mold and sludge infiltrated walkways outside their residences.

After Wednesday’s criminal case was resolved with a plea, they were back in court Friday after the companies refused to pay some tenants.

There were sewage backups in nine of 12 buildings in the complex and toxic mold had contaminated a 10th building.

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