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HOUSTON - The holiday is coming and so are packages, but maybe not if you live at one of the 24 Camden apartment properties in Houston.
The apartments introduced a new policy where packages will no longer be accepted in the leasing offices.

"The apartment complex, they need to get their act together, " said Sueann Jackson, who works at one of the Camden apartment buildings. The apartment complex where she lives has the same delivery policy and she says that this is happening everywhere.

"When you get home you have to go to the post office to get your packages, it's very annoying," said Jackson.
Bottom line is if you're not home, and the office won't take your delivery, you have to pick up your packages at the post office or delivery company.

Camden's statement to residents said in part:

"Online ordering has and will continue to increase in popularity, so we have decided to shift the responsibility of package delivery back to the delivery companies. This decision was not easy."