Two Women Still Homeless After Fire
Some of the residents at Majestic Oaks have spent three days at the Econolodge, after flames ripped through a three story apartment building on Saturday.
Most of the families burned out of their apartments now have a place to stay, but two women still have no place to go.
Timeka Shavers and Kasey Kroger-Dankner had to checkout of the Econolodge yesterday morning.
Both women told us that they are at the bottom of the list to be helped because they live by themselves.
Shavers says an employee of Majestic Oaks told her to spend the night at Saint Francis House, but she doesn't want to stay at homeless shelter.
Majestic Oaks is owned by Advenir Real Estate and they don't own any other section eight housing apartments here in Gainesville.
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