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  • Owner defends hotel where residents faced rodent, bug infestation for $1000 a month

    Interviews with former and current tenants at the Airport Parkway Inn and Suites in Charlotte found that they paid as much as $1,000 a month — in some cases nearly all their monthly income — for roach-infested rooms with bare cement floors, no television or telephone. Owner Delores Jordan defends her buisness.

Interviews with former and current tenants at the Airport Parkway Inn and Suites in Charlotte found that they paid as much as $1,000 a month — in some cases nearly all their monthly income — for roach-infested rooms with bare cement floors, no television or telephone. Owner Delores Jordan defends her buisness. Alex Kormann Edited by Matt Walsh Reported by Jamie Gwaltney, Caroline Metzler and Fred Clasen-Kelly
Interviews with former and current tenants at the Airport Parkway Inn and Suites in Charlotte found that they paid as much as $1,000 a month — in some cases nearly all their monthly income — for roach-infested rooms with bare cement floors, no television or telephone. Owner Delores Jordan defends her buisness. Alex Kormann Edited by Matt Walsh Reported by Jamie Gwaltney, Caroline Metzler and Fred Clasen-Kelly

Hotel promised to rehabilitate residents. Instead, they faced bedbugs, drugs, vermin.

August 26, 2017 11:36 AM