Towers at Four Lakes in Lisle to welcome residents back on Saturday
Floods displaced apartment complex residents since mid-April
LISLE – Residents who were evacuated from the Towers at Four Lakes apartment complex due to flooding in April will be welcomed back to their homes on Saturday.
According to a press release sent on behalf of Towers at Four Lakes, residents will be welcomed at 8 a.m. by Lisle Mayor Joe Broda, Marquette Management staff and a team of student volunteers from Montini High School who will help residents move in.
Some 450 units were affected by the floods April 17-18 after approximately 3.5 million gallons of water flooded the lobbies and basement levels of the two towers and a below grade parking structure, the release states.
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