Displaced Albany residents finally taken to new hotel

A group of 45 people who live in the Parkview Apartments in Albany are now being taken to a new hotel.

This comes after they were forced to check out of the Comfort Inn in Glenmont, with worries about where they would stay next.

A bus that was supposed to arrive at 10 a.m. to take them to the new hotel finally arrived after lunchtime.

The residents who normally live in the Parkview Apartments were forced from their home two weeks ago, after multiple pipes burst in their building. That subsequently caused the electrical system to conk out.

Even though Parkview management had previously assured residents repairs would take a week to 10 days, those repairs have not been made yet.

Hear from several of the frustrated residents as they tried to figure out on Friday morning where they would head next by watching the video of Dan Levy’s story.