Joe Quigley, 72 and a resident of 189-193 Elm St., is one of more than a dozen tenants told after the apartment building he is living in was sold that he had to move out. He said he thinks developers are getting ready to welcome a wave of Bostonians. As he puts it, “It’s screwing the people. They should have told us.” Watch his reaction here.

Dozens of New Bedford tenants scramble after buyer gives them notice to leave

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