Horizon House Apartment Issues
Gainesville, Florida -- Five families moved back into their homes last month but found that some of their items were missing.
Back in January, six familes were forced to live in hotels because of black mold inside their apartment.
After three months of being away, they returned to a new set of problems.
Some of their possessions were gone or in someone else's apartment.
The families have gone to management but say they haven't been able to help.
Walette Mulberry, Horizon House Apartments resident: "We've spoken to management and management said that we are not responsible for it and that we should have had renter's insurance so now we're going about it legally to get our possessions back."
Regional property manager of Sunset and Horizon House Apartments John Skaro says he's working with the contractors to make sure everyone gets reimbursed.
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