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Send Letters to Who? (be specific) Already multiple OPEN VIOLATIONS

Posted by SRO Eagle on November 10, 2000 at 07:53:23:

In Reply to: Re: After a fire....what are obligations of Landlord? posted by Dawn on November 09, 2000 at 12:26:34:

Complaint #505 was made with Fire Dept. back on Feb 29th...violations were issued, but I have no idea of follow-up actions. do You?
Last HPD Inspection 10/15/99 (are inspectors blind?) didn't even correct the fact that LL has invalid Certificate of Occupancy stating 377 rooms here, when he claims 482 on DHCR records! (maybe they're dyslexic there?)
HPD says they rely on 411 from DOB --- you can check yourself
227-7000 and even have building property profile faxxed to you
Bin #1033560
Another thing: does LL have to file for Work Permits to start repairs?
Is it a requirement to post them, if granted, on the ENTRYWAY?

: Take good pictures, clear pictures, lots of pictures specifically showing the damage and debris and what it's doing to the building and you. All concerned tenants should be sending letters (polite, short yet detailed) of their concerns about the building. Have an inspector come to check out the stablity of the building as well as the Housing and Development send an inspe

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