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UPDATE: Boyne Highlands Statement Regarding University of Michigan Incidents on Jan. 16-18

During the weekend of Jan. 16-18 at Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs, Mich., varying degrees of damage occurred to 12 individual condo units at the resort.  Two individuals were responsible for multiple booked units, and were separate groups.

Approximately 100 to 120 students stayed at the resort in multi-bedroom cottages and townhouse units.

University of Michigan spokesman Rick Fitzgerald identified members of the Chi Psi and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternities, and the Delta Gamma and Alpha Phi sororities as those responsible for causing the damages at Boyne Highlands Resort.

The worst of the damages included broken furniture, fixtures and doors, holes in drywall, and soiled carpeting and upholstery requiring deep cleaning and/or replacement. 

All units were cleaned, repaired and back in rental management as of Jan. 30, 2015.

"The individuals and organizations accountable for the damages have taken full responsibility for their actions and we received full reimbursement for damages and loss of revenue for the time the units were out of our rental management program," said Mike Chumbler, president and general manager of Boyne Highlands Resort. 

With full restitution received, the resort is not pursing legal action, and there is no ongoing investigation.

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