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Saturday, October 24, 2015

Mounting Unrest


Another dissatisfied Westminster tenant has made their anger known. This Procter Silex hot plate box, in French, was affixed to the door facing the street for the public to see, late last night. It has since been removed , suggesting that someone from management or the "Super" were here today. Either scenario, is an extremely rare phenomenon here on East 4th St. One is more likely to encounter a Sasquatch.






The Westminster City Living luxury kitchen.






13 comments:

  1. Why not place those boxes in your windows?

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  2. Brilliant idea Resident Angel. Gives a whole new meaning to the concept of the "window box".

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  3. Telling that someone from management took the trouble to peel the 'Bring Your Own Kitchen' placard off the door. Behind the door, of course, is a lobby full of trash, flyers and dirt. It still looks dirty. But way better to stifle resident sentiment than do something practical to improve living condition for the stove-less

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  4. Sorry to disappoint, but it was another resident of the building (me) that tore it down in frustration (of still not having gas) on Friday night.

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    1. Removing clues pointing towards, crimes, harassment, and chronic mismanagement. Hmmmm, which side are you on Mackey?

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    2. Sounds like Mackey is on the "Let them eat cake" side.

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    3. Sterling MorrisseyOctober 27, 2015 at 2:54 PM

      Management mole?

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    4. Uh, I'm on your side. The no hot water was horrible and the the no cooking gas is not great either. Don't go attacking me over this - lets work together instead of attacking each other. What about posting something on the door calling all tenants together to stand up to Westminster?

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    5. You're a shoot the messenger sort of guy, mackey, right?

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    6. While there is a housing court action slowly forming, its always good to have a bit of mischief about. Its good for the tenant morale, keeps interest up, and landlords hate it. Squelching it...... well you know. Just saying.

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    7. Posting something on the first floor calling tenants together is a good idea. Cooper Square Committee, 61 East 4th St, is happy to assist in these matters.

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