Hundreds of apartment residents impacted by landlord’s nonpayment of water bills


Hundreds of apartment residents impacted by landlord’s nonpayment of water bills

2019-01-23T10:36:47-07:00January 23rd, 2019|Advocacy|

COLUMBUS WRBL – Residents in 383 apartments in south Columbus are facing the possibility their water will be cut off next month. And most of them don’t even know it.

Friday when Columbus Water Works notified Ralston residents downtown that their water could be cut off on Feb. 28 for non-payment by the property owner, residents at Eagle Trace Apartments were also notified — sort of.

The Ralston and Eagle Trace are both owned by New Jersey-based PF Holdings LLC, a property management company that has been at the center of controversy before.

As the more than 250 Ralston residents were being notified that PF Holdings had not paid its water bill, the residents of the sprawling Eagle Trace complex near the Fort Benning gate were also being notified of the same issue.

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