Angelica Zhou, I am looking for you. Your mon has hidden you away in Canada. This is your dad.
I believe I will find you soon. Tell your mom to give you my phone number, so we can talk.
I have always....and will always love you,
Susan Matyasi on 01/11/2012
I reported a problem with bedbugs in my unit and the pest control guy said i wasn't ready and call to super when I was. i've dealt with this problem before but don't know how the bugs are getting into the apartment. I keep my place clean and tidy but still I have the problem. Management isn't reporting the problem of bedbug infestations in this building comnplex. I thought management needs to report any bedbug problems in this building. it's sad when we pay so much for an apartment and they
don't do anything about it. I also reported about seeing a mouse, they said they sprayed but i still kept seeing a mouse until I bought a mouse trap and caught the mouse. It shouldn't have to be this way. I'm looking for another apartment to move into because this place sucks like hell. it's like living in squallor and they don't care at all. 01/11/2012
This OLD building has a lot of units that have the bedbugs. My friend's unit found out bedbugs few months ago and reported to their office. The action was too slow. Sprayed several times already & don't know if the bugs will return or not. Mice & cockroaches also rampant all around the building. I don't know why the management doesn't do anything for the whole building. It is very important to avoid the other units to be affected.
Management of this building is VERY POOR and NEVER get any IM
I am sorry to use this as a searching for.. mechanism. I am trying any way poosible to reach someone. I am looking for Ying Zhou. Also known as Melinda.
She used to live with her parents in this building. I guess 905 would be a unit number. Her parents might still live here.
I live in California, and can not travel right now. Please e-mail me if you know anything.
email@example.com. I would apreciate the good deed
Mark T. Pasadena Ca.
anonymous on 12/06/2010
This place is fuckin shitty. I keep my room clean and neat. But a few bedbugs manage to crawl into my room, probably from neighbouring. After i got repetivie bites, i decide to take action, asking Toronto Housing to kill begbugs. It took them 2 weeks to come. However, with such shitty environment and people's unwareness of begbugs, this problem will come to you soon or later. Donot fucken move in! Go rent decent apartments. The money and time you will spend on begbugs are enough to pay you a goo
I moved out this building earlier this summer due to the bedbug issue.
The unit next to mine got FULLY infected. yes, i mean FULLY. the old lady didn't know about this, and just keep sleeping on the floor until she got wheeled to hospital. no one knows about this problem until the lady keep staying in the hospital to aviod coming back. the pest company came and found gerenations of live bedbugs in her unit.
I found 2 live ones in my unit. i freaked out. the rental office is not helpful at
all. keep going back and forth, they keep saying i am telling a lie. Come on, i thought Toronto Co-op Housing is part of City of Toronto.
they arrange sprays in both of the unit , and i can still found 1 live bug after the second spray.
I took 3 weeks off from work to try to find a new place and move. throw out all the bed , chair , everything. Send all my clothes to dry clean which cost me almost $1000.
I think other than it is costly ( buying all new bed and stuff ), it is more like the mental torture.
After one week i moved, i heard that new tentant moved in .... good luck with that ~!
Senator Croll Bldg has always struggled with cockroach problems which the Toronto Housing Company has never been able to solve ...and now there are several apartments with bedbugs.
Furthermore, disposed items (furniture, mattresses etc.) are not tagged as being infested and so some people take items from the garbage and bring them into their own apartments!
Anonymous on 08/25/2010
a lot of bed bugs here, its hard to kill them, even you sprayed , they will return again, don't move to here!
Anonymous on 04/12/2010
I'm finally moving out after repeated bedbug infestations. The administration is slow to act and some tenants seem to be fine living with the pests... meaning they take forever to get the suites sprayed. Meanwhile, they spread to the neighbouring units and there's nothing you can do about it.
Senator A. Kroll on 09/23/2008
DO NOT LIVE HERE!!! SO many bedbugs in various units--sprayed several times and they always return because the building is so poorly managed.