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Re: neighbor's blood all over hallways

Posted by anonymous on August 11, 1998 at 23:38:46:

In Reply to: Re: neighbor's blood all over hallways posted by another concerned tenant re blood in hallways on August 11, 1998 at 17:38:19:

: That's lovely, but we are talking about human blood, not just dirt.
: The landlord should thus consider hiring a professional cleaning service for $100 in the meantime, don't you agree?

: : Do not be too quick to be upset over the time your landlord says it will take him to replace the carpeting. New York City is in the middle of a building and reconstruction boom and many people are finding that while materials are quickly available, the properly trained people needed to install those materials are extremely busy. It may take 3 to 6 months from the time the landlord contracts for work to be done until the carpeting is fully installed.

>>>> unreal !!!!!!!!! get the yellow pages..look under carpet...tell them you are a landlord.... tell them how much carpet you need... i bet you anything that within a maximum of 7 days...they will lay enough carpet to carpet the empire state bldg.... GET AN INSPECTOR TO SEE THE CARPETS..TELL THE LANDLORD THAT HE IS ALLOWING DANGEROUS PEOPLE TO LIVE IN THE BLDG WHICH MAKES YOUR LIFE IN THERE UNSAFE. PUT IT IN WRITING..ANYMORE TROUBLE..SEND HIM CERTIFIED LETTER AND HOLD RENT...TELL IT TO THE JUDGE...TELL HIM TO GET THE BLOODY CARPETS OUT OF THERE NOW !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OR ELSE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<<<<

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