Flooding at Country Club Apartments in Merritt Island Causing Residents Big Problems

By  //  June 9, 2018

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ABOVE VIDEO: Some tenants are planning to move out after rain trapped them in their apartments. (Video by NEWS 6)

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA (WKMG) – Some tenants are planning to move out after rain trapped them in their apartments. Water Thursday night covered the Country Club Apartments on Courtenay Parkway and uncovered a lot of frustration among tenants.

“Driving through here is absolutely ridiculous,” Alexia Lantigua-Sanchez said. ” It happens every single time, almost every time it downpours.”

Lantigua-Sanchez said the flooding forced her to wait until Friday just to grab her mail.

“I came to get my mail and couldn’t,” she said. “The flooding just gets really bad. When I lived downstairs, I always used my sliding glass door to get in and out.” Another tenant did not have that luxury Thursday night.

Arlinda Brown said the water crept right up against her sliding door as cars drove through the flooded parking lot. Portia Griffin has lived here six years, and unlike some of her neighbors, she’s not unhappy.

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