A resident at Collins Crossing Apartment Homes in Carrboro recently received an eviction notice after parking a work truck in the complex’s parking lot — and local officials are working to determine if this is an isolated incident.
The complex’s primary owner, Alcurt Carrboro LLC, has been under fire in recent months for what some residents say are unfair management practices.
Judith Blau, a former UNC sociology professor who owns two units in Collins Crossing, said she spoke to resident Sebastian Sibrian after he received an eviction notice on his work truck.
- Nov. 3: About 50 residents, students and local advocates protest rising rent prices.
- Nov. 24: A 10-year-old boy fell through a stairwell.
- Dec. 19: The Collins Crossing homeowner’s association approved a special assessment fee of $5,406 per unit.
Sibrian could not be reached for comment.
“He went right to management, and the person in management office took the eviction notice and put it in the shredder,” Blau said.