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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.

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(Anonymous)
Mar. 27th, 2013 08:48 pm (UTC)
have a friend of a friend who lives happily here. my gf recently saw the place and said it was under reno and did not notice anything. however, all these places if you just google the address, complaints like these arise all over the place. My gf has also never had to experience loosing all of your possessions to bedbugs, living with cockroaches and completely negligent buiding staff/landlords. If ONE tenant claims to have a roach problem, there are roaches in the building. if ONE tenant complains of bed bugs, there are bed bugs in the building. You may be able to avoid them for awhile by keeping your place clean, but they are still there, and will be forever. Needless to say, i will not be moving into 230 Oak st.

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