So we have new managers for the 3rd time and we also just had our rent raised. Now you would think they would step it up a bit to make things good for they're tenants. Well it looks like they are not really. When my husband went in to complain about the issues in our apartment like mold starting to grow, old cabinets chipping on the corners, and a 20+ old dishwasher that the door will not close. The lady threw the corporate"s number at him and told him to complain to them. Okay? I thought that was they're job. What surprised me today is that when I went to check the mail the manager was locking up the gates to the pool. She was telling someone else that some kids were horsing around and she decided to close the pool. When the person told her that those kids were not even tenants here the manager said it doesn't matter and that she will continue to close the pool until she had order around here. Funny thing is she started working her a week ago. I have lived here a year and the pool was never closed for that lame reason. They would close it for cleaning but usually they would just kick out someone or something like that and that was rare. So basically we all can't use the pool now until she feels like it. Maybe I should have a little chat with corporate? I mean I have long list of other things going on too. I mean really! Why are we paying more when things are going downhill? We would move but we just don't have the money right now. Do we have any rights here?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:45 AM on Jun. 14, 2011 in Home & Garden
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