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Re: Richard, Oh Richard

Posted by Renee on February 27, 2001 at 05:06:23:

In Reply to: Richard, Oh Richard posted by TenantNet on February 27, 2001 at 00:49:31:

You made me crack up, Tenantnet!!! Right on the head!!!

The question was: about the fire hydrants. In most areas, it is up to the city to hook up and maintain hydrants. They are probably not giving you much consideration for your complaint, because they know it is their fault!!!

Insurance will not help you one bit when you are found dead in a fire because the hydrants were not working. Hate to be that blunt - but you need to get motivated to act on this to protect yourself and the others in your community. Yeah, insurance is great to have for your worldly goods, but you won't need them if you don't survive. Also - were the smoke alarms in the building operating properly?

Laws and codes differ in different areas, so investigate this and pursue it until it is resolved. Call the building department, fire department, your local TV station and newspaper. Good Luck!

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