Crystal Lake Apartments receiver, NAACP helping displaced residents move

0
366
Listen to the content of this post:

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Macon-Bibb County Chapter of the NAACP and Strategic Management Partners (SMP), the court-appointed receiver for Crystal Lake Apartments in Macon, are partnering to help former residents from the mid and high-rise buildings move.

According to a news release from SMP lawyer Brent Marshall, because of broken elevators and no electricity, many former residents couldn’t move their larger furniture and other belongings from the property before Macon-Bibb Fire Marshals closed the buildings.

SMP obtained permission from the fire marshal to allow entry into the building to help former residents move Saturday, April 27th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The news release says SMP plans to hire professional movers to help the former residents remove their property. The NAACP is providing moving trucks for the former tenants.

Marshall says former tenants must bring their apartment keys to allow movers to gain access to the apartments.

To make sure enough personnel can accommodate everyone as efficiently as possible, SMP kindly requests that former residents who plan on attending the moving day contact either:

  • Angela Lunde with SMP at (762) 233-4134
  • Gwenette Westbrooks with Macon-Bibb County NAACP at (478) 745-9944
Previous articleGovernor Kemp plans to sign Heartbeat Bill soon
Next articleThe Choice Bus visits Dodge County Middle School, other Eastman schools
mm
Tanya comes all the way from Chicago, Illinois. She’s a city girl that’s excited to be a part of Middle Georgia’s community and tell your stories! She received a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia College Chicago. She also spent a few semesters studying at San Diego State University. While in college, she interviewed Joan Rivers before she passed away, was on the red carpet for the movie premiere of “Chiraq” and also interned with ABC7’s investigative reporters and Bill Kurtis. Tanya spent nearly 2 years reporting in Billings, Montana where she covered a lot of politics and agriculture. In her spare time, Tanya is a sports fanatic, so even though the Chicago Bears and Bulls didn’t know how to win this season, she still roots for them. You can guarantee you’ll run into her at the gym every day. If you do, stop by and say hi! Share your stories with her and don’t be surprised if she’s hiding chocolate chip cookies in her gym bag.