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May 24th 2013 1:40AM People carrying baseball bats and guns generally aren't the type to sit and use discussion to settle a disagreement.
May 10th 2013 8:22PM The reason they want to evict her isbecause the apartment will probably either rev ert to non-rent controlled or the apartment will continue rent controlled but at a higher rate, still below market rate.
Mar 28th 2013 6:58AM As some commenters have mentioned, the "facts' in this story do not add up. Aside from that both her family and the nursing home bear responsibility for the harrassment she suffered. As a 30+ year veteran of working in the elder care industry I can safely say that many, many facilities would never have let one of their residents be harassed like that. It is abuse and most states have laws about that. The woman who persistantly visited her could be prosecuted. It is unbelievable that no one, family or facility staff, ever witnessed or overheard this woman interacting with the elderly lady. Some one seriously, and possibly criminally, dropped the ball.
Mar 23rd 2013 5:34PM Insurance companies have a list of about 10 dogs they either refuse to insure or have very strict guidelings. Our German Shepherd was allowed because, although 95 pounds, she had been trained by a professional and the back yard was surrounded by a fence at least 4 feet high and the gate was kept locked.
Feb 7th 2013 3:06PM If it's an all electric house (including heat) it's always going to be more expensive. And I thought $85 was a high electric bill!!
Jan 25th 2013 12:40PM It seems to be a gated community. They must have an association and by-laws. If this situation isn't addressed directly in the by-laws the members should simply amend them to say that any one who doesn't own a property in the community can't live there without the express, written permission of the owner, which, in this case, would be Bank of America.
Dec 28th 2012 3:32PM So, it seems that there have been a lot of house fires lately? And that's because today's homes burn faster than ever? What kind of idiot logic is that? Unbelievable whom they let write these stories!!!!!
Nov 4th 2012 4:18PM Absolutely right. And, did the real estate agent know there was mold in the house?
Sep 21st 2012 10:07AM Sell him the lot at the price the city wanted before the imporvements and give him a tax break on the property for 5 years. Many businesses get tax breaks so he should too when he opens his coffee shop next door. If the city takes him to court let's hope many, many people show up to support him.
Aug 25th 2012 9:57AM Now, I wonder why none of the condos has sold? Perhpas the lady was on to something and the hotel fooled the judge?