By Cody Holyoke - bio | email
Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- With hundreds of yards of fencing, the Gardens at Cloverland look something like a ghost town.
Items and trinkets are still lying around the complex. Residents--for the most part--are kicked out.
"I don't have anything but the clothes that I worked in," said Tessa Youngblood.
WSFA spoke with Youngblood back in May, when she moved into a renovated apartment.
Now, she's locked out and says the property manager never gave her proper notice to leave.
"He said he put notes on our doors. I work every day. He didn't give me no note," Youngblood said.
The fencing is part of an effort by the property owners to set things straight.
The city says a local construction company has been hired to fix the apartments. That is, of course, if a judge doesn't order their demolition. City leaders are skeptical.
"We begged them to bring [the buildings] up to city code, and they had plenty of opportunity to do so, and yet, did not do so," explained Martha Roby of the Montgomery City Council.
A proposal--soon to be introduced in court--shows plans to bring the buildings up to Federal code.
The city says they'll continue to push for demolition.
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Emergency crews were called to the Speedway in the 2100 block of Duncan Street just before 6 p.m. Monday.
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A woman pleaded guilty to her part in the murder of a man who was convicted of molesting her when she was a child.
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A former Alabama legislator is pleading guilty to taking bribes from a lawyer and a coal company executive to oppose adding Birmingham area neighborhoods to an EPA Superfund site.
The European Union's competition watchdog has slapped a record 2.42 billion euro ($2.72 billion) fine on internet giant Google for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service.
The White House issued a stern warning to Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday night as it claimed "potential" evidence that Syria was preparing for another chemical weapons attack.
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A man who suffered life-threatening injuries after a shooting Monday night has died according to officials with the Montgomery Police Department. Police are now conducting a death investigation.