Riverside, California 2021-07-16 19:47:27 –
Corpus Christi, Texas — Lori Jones, a member of the Anglican Church of St. Marks, and John Hardy, a minister of the church, say they are both interested in the well-being of their inhabitants as they continue to be refurbished at Symmaron Estate. I am.
“With some support, I think the staff could have waited a little longer for Graystone, the developer of the Symmaron Estate, and then pressured these people to return to their apartments,” Hardy said. ..
Both said they hoped that the housing complex would meet the needs of the inhabitants.
“It hopes they see them as people, not dollars,” Jones said.
KRIS 6 News contacted Cimmaron Estates and Greystone Property Management, the manager of the housing complex, but did not receive a response.
We also spoke to the city of Corpus Christi, who introduced us to the fire department. We sent them the pictures given to us by Jones, and they replied in the following statement.
“They are still working on these corridors shown in the photo. None of them are occupied at this time. This was done to the facility after a severely frozen and damaged water pipe. It is part of a major repair.
“Nine corridors and resident units away from those corridors have been completed and occupied, and three of these corridors have been completed and will be completed within a few weeks.”
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