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Sault Tribe evicts storage business due to payment issues





The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan evicted a storage business from one of its properties, causing headaches for customers who kept belongings there.

The tribe said Second Street Storage failed to make lease payments at the Sawyer Village. The building where the business was located has been closed off so customers aren't able to retrieve their belongings.

A lawyer for the tribe said the building was closed because asbestos was discovered.

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