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Second lawsuit filed for poor housing conditions at Randolph AFB in Texas

Second lawsuit filed for poor housing conditions at Randolph AFB in Texas
Five military families filed a lawsuit against the private companies that manage housing at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Air Force Base, making it the second lawsuit in the past two years to allege poor housing conditions at the Texas base.

Second lawsuit filed for poor housing conditions at Randolph AFB in Texas James and Kari Hill lived at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Air Force Base in Texas for three years.They lived with water damage, mold growth, structural deficiencies, lead paint and rodent infestations, according to a federal lawsuit filed Dec.PHOTO PROVIDED BY WATTS GUERRA LLP AUSTIN, Texas — Five military families filed a lawsuit against the private companies that manage housing at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph Air Force Base, making it the second lawsuit in the past two years to allege poor housing conditions at the Texas base.Each family signed a lease between 2016 and 2018 and was told the home they were renting was safe and had “no unresolved issues,” according to the federal lawsuit filed Dec.

Many of the families also want the suit to protect future military families from experiencing these same issues, Neal said.“We remain committed to operating transparently and will continue to work collaboratively with the families we house, legislators and other advocates to ensure that we are best serving our military families’ housing needs across our properties.

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