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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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Incessant Blasting of Subwoofers in Residential. : I live in the Edgewood neighborhood. Lately, my neighbors have been BLASTING trap with the sub cranked, and it’s starting to drive me insane. There’s no escaping it. Forget enjoying a peaceful afternoon on the porch- you can’t even listen to quiet music indoors, with every window and door closed, without being pummeled by the obnoxious thuds of sub-bass that pierce and rattle your walls. It also gets in the way of my instrument practice and reco
Let's keep track of New Haven's good and shitty landlords : So random idea, but with landlords in New Haven ranging from great to downright slummy I feel like we could start keeping track of them and reviewing them. Is anyone else interested? Also if this already exists, please link it here. I'm thinking of something like this: Nathan Alpert - Good guy overall. Hires professionals and keeps things maintained. Doesn't provide recycling though, which means you'll need to dump your recycling into
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