Mayfield Heights officials say apartment buildings no longer condemned, most residents can return
Residents called the 19 Troubleshooter for help at Mayfield Gardens Apartments
MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio (WOIO) - Mayfield Heights city officials returned Monday to apartment buildings that were condemned ahead of the weekend, leaving more than 100 residents with nowhere to go.
Now, following a inspection, most residents will be allowed to move back into their units at Mayfield Gardens Apartments on Mallard Drive.
Though city officials said the buildings are no longer condemned as a whole, some apartments remain uninhabitable.
According to a notice shared with tenants, those 12 units should be livable after repairs are completed in a few weeks.
19 News was there as residents returned with their belongings, happy to once again have a place to call home.
This is a developing story and will be updated.
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