Four families had their homes destroyed and just over a week later received letters terminating their leases.
Some of the families have children that are just weeks from starting school.
Families tried reaching the landlord, PathStone Management Corporation, but received no answer before reaching out to News 10NBC.
After reaching out to them on the families’ behalf, PathStone’s vice president of property management, Kathryn Bryan, replied saying accommodations were being made.
The lease states that after a major fire the company reserves the right to terminate a lease, which would have rendered the families homeless.
Currently they are staying in a hotel paid for by Pathstone, and have all been offered new homes to rent through the property management company.
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