Dear Stoners across the hall,
While I DID vote to legalize marijuana in my state (WA), I do not like, nor appreciate the smell, of something dead and/or dying wafting halfway down the hall/stairwell as I enter the common areas of our apartments. In addition, the constant traffic at all hours of the day and night makes it hard to sleep, and is making my cats nervous.
I'm all for freedom to do whatever, I'm NOT for forcing others to experience a contact high just trying to get to their OWN apartment.
Neighbor Across The Hall
Seriously though, this is getting old fast. They moved in about two months ago and the smell that comes out of their apartment is sickening. They also have a dog that looks SUPER skinny. They say it's because they just got it from a shelter and it was horribly abused, but now I'm starting to wonder. They say the dog goes everywhere with them, but I never see it with them, and I never hear it going up/down the stairs with them either.
I don't care if they're smoking in their apartment or not, I don't live there. I DO care when it fills up the common areas and me and my kids, who DON'T partake, are forced to breathe the stuff.
I DO plan on calling the main office, or going in to talk to them, in the morning to see what the policy is. As far as *I* know there is no smoking in any of the 4 apartments that share this particular common areas. There is the outside door, a foyer for the two apartments downstairs, the inside stairwell with landing, then the small hallway that opens up to the two doors upstairs.
There's gotta be a loophole here somewhere about this crap. I literally almost threw up at the smell in the hallway tonight.
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