United States V. Summerhill Place, LLC Et Al. (W.D. Wa.)


Appendix C NOTICE TO POTENTIAL VICTIMS OF HOUSING DISCRIMINATION

On March 8, 2011, the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington entered a consent order resolving litigation brought by the United States Department of Justice involving Summerhill Place, LLC, GRAN, Inc. and Rita Lovejoy (the "Defendants"). The litigation alleged that the Defendants discriminated against tenants and prospective tenants at Summerhill Place Apartments located at 10415 SE 174th Street, Renton, Washington. Summerhill Place, LLC, GRAN, Inc., and Rita Lovejoy deny the allegations of the litigation and specifically deny that they discriminated on the basis of race, color, national origin, and familial status. The Parties have agreed to this Consent Order to avoid costly and protracted litigation and is not an admission of liability.

Under this consent order, you may be entitled to receive monetary relief if you:

  • Were discouraged from living at Summerhill Place Apartments because of your race, color, national origin or familial status;
  • Were treated differently or provided inferior service at Summerhill Place Apartments because of your race, color, national origin or familial status;
  • Were told that children were not permitted to play outside at Summerhill Place Apartments,
  • If you believe that you have been discriminated against in any way described above, please contact the United States Department of Justice at: 1-800-896-7743, mailbox number 9997, or write or send an e mail to:







    You must call or write by July 7, 2011, and your message or letter must include your name, address and at least one telephone number where you may be reached.

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    Updated August 6, 2015

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