CLAWSON, Mich. – The Aldi grocery store that was forced closed suddenly on Monday in Clawson has reopened after owners paid a bill needed to keep the store operating at its location.
That's according to a Local 4 and ClickOnDertoit source who said the company paid the bill Monday night.
The source says process servers went to this Aldi location Monday night to serve papers pertaining to case #18L1630-GC in 25th District Court. They were representing a law firm specializing in collections. Apparently, Aldi owed a bill it didn’t pay. It went to court and it ended up in collections. They shuttered the store for a couple of hours Monday night to sort out the situation. Aldi appears to have paid what was owed. The case appears settled although a judge must approve a final settlement.
Court seizure papers were found taped to the store Tuesday morning. The papers were dated 6 p.m. Monday.
The grocery store was back open before noon Tuesday.
The store is located on 14 Mile Road just east of Crooks Road in Clawson.