carol stegman on 11/18/2008
I've lived at 1823 East Pender Street since 1991, they started seeing bedbugs up on the 3rd floor about 5 years ago, instead of fumigating all the apartments they do them 1 at a time. That doesn't solve the problem. I've told them they should do the whole building, and if people don't comply with this that should be cause for automatic eviction. I work, but I can't afford to be throwing out beds and furniture all the time. It's ridiculous. I'm going to send the city a a letter, I have to ha
ve my apartment sprayed again. I can't even buy a new bedroom suite, I'm living out of plastic containers. It sucks!!!!
Anonymous on 10/13/2008
It seems that apartment buildings get the rent and don't keep track of tenants who care of their living quarters. Tenants should understand that if you carry your bag or go to someone's place and they are dealing with bedbugs ... well, you just got a hitchhiker traveling home with you :(
Unless, we deal with this seriously it just become an epidemic !
I PERSONALLY THIS THAT APARTMENT HEAD OFFICE SHOULD DEAL WITH ALL THE UNITS AT ONE TIME UNLESS THEY LIKE TO WASTE MONEY GETTING THE EXTERMINATO
R IN ONE A WEEK :(
Come on, it's bad enough we don't live in a rich society the least we can do is make it as comfortable as possible.