Occupy Our Homes Atlanta Backs Local Evicted Woman
About 30 people helped Mildred Garrison-Obi of unincorporated Stone Mountain move back after an eviction, but the matter is not over.
Update: Mildred Garrison-Obi, who among other things takes issue with how she was notified about the eviction, told Patch that on Tuesday she received a "vacate and re-enter order" (pursuant to O.C.G.A 15-6-21-C), which she will present to authorities should they come to the home.
Patch is seeking comment from the lender about the situation. We will update this story with additional information when received.
The Occupy Our Homes Atlanta movement helped an evicted woman move back into her house in unincorporated Stone Mountain on Monday.
The resident, Mildred Garrison-Obi, 65, was unable to keep up with her full mortgage payments because of an injury, according to Occupy Our Homes Atlanta.
Garrison-Obi, who said she was evicted last November from her home off N. Hairston Road, told Patch she's been battling to stay in her home for a few years and the legal matters still aren't over. She's trying to get her case heard in the court system.
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