NOTICE TO POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF HOUSING DISCRIMINATION
On November 30, 2009, the United States District Court for the Western District of
Tennessee entered a consent decree resolving litigation brought by the United States Department of Justice involving:
South Bluffs Apartments (&South Bluffs"), Memphis, Tennessee 38103
Island Park Apartments ("Island Park"), Memphis, Tennessee
The Apartments on Harbor Town Square ("Harbor Town Square"), Memphis, Tennessee
Grand Pointe Apartments ("Grand Pointe"), Lafayette, LA
Highlands of Grand Pointe, Lafayette, LA
Ashford Place Apartments ("Ashford Place"), West Monroe, LA
Island Park Apartments ("Island Park-LA"), Shreveport, LA
Reflections of Island Park, Shreveport, LA
The Horizon, Memphis, Tennessee
Sunset Bay at Bon Secour, Condominiums, Gulf Shores, AL
Cumberland Place, Tyler, TX
The litigation alleged that the above complexes, as designed and constructed, failed to include certain features of accessible design required by the Fair Housing Act in exterior and interior public and common use areas, ground floor apartments, certain condominiums, and other units.
Under this consent decree, you may be entitled to receive monetary relief if you:
WERE DISCOURAGED FROM LIVING AT ANY OF THE COMPLEXES LISTED ABOVE BECAUSE OF THE LACK OF ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES;
HAVE BEEN INJURED OR DAMAGED IN ANY WAY BY THE LACK
OF ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES AT THE COMPLEXES; OR
PAID TO HAVE YOUR APARTMENT OR CONDOMINIUM AT ANY OF
THESE COMPLEXES MADE MORE ACCESSIBLE.
If you wish to make a claim for discrimination on the basis of disability, or if you have
any information about persons who may have such a claim, please contact the United States
Department of Justice at 1-800-896-7743 and select menu option 996. You may also email us
at email@example.com or write to:
United States Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
Housing and Civil Enforcement Section
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. - G Street
Washington, D.C. 20530
Attn: U.S. v. Bryan Constr. Co., No. 05-cv-2188, DJ 175-72-125.
NOTE: In order to be considered, please call, write, or email us no later than twelve (12) months from the date of the entry of this Order to contact the United States.