From the Los Angeles Times:
An apartment complex in Monrovia, CA, has sent eviction notices to all of its residents with disabilities, some of whom have lived in the affordable housing complex for more than a decade.
The facility’s managers told tenants that there had been a mistake and they never should have been allowed to move in. The complex was supposed to have been reserved for seniors only, they said.
People with disabilities have valued the complex for its quiet and relative safety, proximity to jobs and transportation, and warm, neighborly atmosphere. Residents and family members have filed a complaint with the California Department of Fair Employment and House, alleging discrimination based on age and disability.