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apparently i already come up when people search 230 oak, so let me put this as a public advisory. they show a complete and utter disregard for animal life. my 5 month old kittens almost died because they soaked them in roach spray after "forgetting to tell me" that the cats shouldn't be there this time while they sprayed. i asked why then they did spray, and the person who did it smirked. the super then was extremely resistant to helping to find out what chemical they used, going so far as to lie about what the name was, despite the fact that we made it clear that every minute counted in keeping them alive.
these are inhumane, horrible people.
in addition, things only seem to get addressed when my mother phones them (i'm 24), showing clear ageism (i work for the human rights tribunal of ontario.. this is an entirely legitimate, and punishable, offence).
and the roaches keep coming back
or never really going
just, whatever you do, don't move into one of these buildings.
i suggest staying away from linwood property management as a whole.


Sep. 25th, 2010 08:54 pm (UTC)
Hi Bronwyn

It's Kelly also from Oak St, we met in the elevator.

I would call SPCA and report them: http://ontariospca.ca/ Poisoning definitely falls under animal cruelty laws. You could probably even go as far to file a police report as well.

They should have thoroughly warned you beforehand that it was not safe for pets and you needed to remove them. They should have given you prior notice of when they were coming and if they showed up and the directions you were given weren't followed then they shouldn't have sprayed at all and then could have charged you for the inconvenience of coming out.

If they didn't give you warning at all the you can also file a complaint with the Landlord-Tenant board: http://www.ltb.gov.on.ca/en/STEL02_111281.html

You can also arrange for a building inspector to come in regards to any maintenance problems they are failing to fix. They are pretty quick to send someone over as well. This is the only way I've ever gotten anything repaired in my apartment. http://www.toronto.ca/apartmentstandards/guidelines.htm

Oct. 8th, 2010 09:09 pm (UTC)
hey, thanks so much for the info!! theyèll definitely all be finding out (weère waiting to file the actual lawsuit until iève moved out nov 1)

ièm actually calling the cops on them at 515 (deadline i gave them) because someone came into my apartment without notice or permission today. i told them if they wonèt tell me who and who gave permission for it, that ièd be reporting a break and enter.
(i found my cats locked in the bathroom, a door which is always all the way open and which i do not close, and which has NEVER ONCE closed by itself. the notice that in future they would be entering my apartment to show it was also further in my door than is possible without opening it)
ièm shaking ièm so angry
especially because they wonèt admit it
Dec. 8th, 2010 10:31 pm (UTC)
hey, if you get this, kelly, can you please contact me? it's very important about the landlord tenant board. thanks so much!

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