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It's social media that becomes a guestbook after you move out. The next tenants at your apartment will be able to see that "a previous tenant" posted stuff from their apartment, but they will not know your name or other personal information. Imagine the benefits of reading a guestbook before you move somewhere - get a feel for neighborhood, get warnings about the landlord, enjoy entertaining roommate stories, and maybe make a friend. Renters have the power to help renters.
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The Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992 Title X law requires landlords to disclose any known lead paint hazards, where they specifically are located in residences, as well as records relating.
My question is, how do we know if they are not disclosing these hazards? What our residents recourse to finding out if the apartments do indeed have lead (and asbestos) hazards not disclosed with specific details on where in apartments and common areas?
I asked leasing offi
Walden Cannabis exploiting record unemployment for free labor : Yesterday I went for a "group interview" at Walden Cannabis. They had 8 stations set up with trim bins full of outdoor weed, they wanted to have us "go for 20 minutes and we'll weigh everyone's bin at the end". Problem is they never explicitly state that the winner gets a job. I walked out as soon as they wanted us to start trimming, so I don't have the full scoop. I doubt they read people's resumes. They called me in even though I
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