SAN ANTONIO - At least a dozen families living in an apartment complex north of Downtown are up in arms about being forced out of their homes.
"They don't want to tell us anything," said Renee Munguia. "It's like we are stuck in a bind -- and where do we go?"
Word is the property at 1130 East Mulberry has been bought by another company and the apartments will soon be demolished.
Residents don't deny crime is out of control here, but are upset they haven't received straight answers from apartment management about why they're being forced out and when exactly they have to move.
Sherry Mayo is disabled and in a wheelchair and claims she was given until the end of the month.
"They have given us two weeks. I'm on social security, so how am I supposed to do this in two weeks?" asked Mayo.
News 4 WOAI did find out new management is planning on building a new apartment complex on the property, and stated they will give tenants a reasonable amount of time to find other housing and would adhere to the terms of leases. There are still a lot of questions that may be answered when it is discussed at Wednesday’s city council meeting.