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Neighbor's rights

August 25, 2013

I feel compelled to write this after reading the opinions of landlords in response to Mayor Campana's proposal to have landlords register their tenants....

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Aug-26-13 10:38 AM

Reporting drug activity is not enough to start an investigation. if you have license plates or can take a cell-phone pic than there is more to act upon. The police have to take calls in order of priority. I know this isn't too helpful but we do need to keep things in perspective.

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Aug-26-13 9:27 AM

We have "Zones" in the city for industry, agriculture, homes, etc. Why not a "Zoned Area" for slumlord housing?

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Aug-25-13 8:48 AM

Heard the same ol' story over and over about drug activity being reported and nothing happens....makes you wonder....doesn't it?

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Aug-25-13 8:20 AM

Good LTE. Better than the trash that usually gets posted on here. Suggestions below are pretty good to. inconvenience the landlord so that it's his/her problem too.

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Aug-25-13 8:07 AM

Really good letter.

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Aug-25-13 7:44 AM

Call the landlord when the tenants wake you up at 2AM. (Taken from Smarterthansome on another LTE)

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Aug-25-13 4:24 AM

Take pictures and email them to the Sun Gazette. If they publish the pictures, it might embarrass the authorities into action. Don't get yourself in a bind with your drug dealing neighbors by getting caught though!

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