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May 18th 2013 5:28PM A heartwarming story, good to hear a happy ending for a change.
May 17th 2013 8:04PM I think we're missing something important, and sad. This man was dead for three weeks and nobody knew it. What does that say about us as a society? Nobody cares about their neighbors anymore. It's like once we shut ourselves up in our apartments or homes we are an entity unto ourselves. It's really sad. He obviously had no one who cared about him.
Apr 5th 2013 2:40PM This is why I will never buy a home overseen by an HOA. They are nothing but power hungry Nazis.
Apr 1st 2013 9:04PM Really Fred? If a man leave his wife her life is over? Since when? If he leaves her, he was never hers to begin with and she's better off without him. What a tool.
Mar 30th 2013 2:29PM Ann, I live in Tennessee and some friend of mine are looking for a house. They found a four bedroom home with a wrap around porch for 24,000. Unfortunately they are waiting for their USDA home loan and it sold before they could get it. There's deals like that all around here if you don't mind living in a rural setting, which is what I prefer.
Mar 30th 2013 12:30PM Pfft! Are they serious? 23k for that? You can get a four bedroom full size house for that price where I live. Ridiculous, and they make it sound like such a deal! Roflmao!
Feb 28th 2013 1:16PM All HOA's are just power hungry people wishing to impose their will on others, aka: The Gestapo. I would never buy a home that is in a subdivision run by an HOA. It is your home, you make they payment, they don't. Therefor no one outside the local police department should be able to tell you what to do with your own home. I see nothing wrong with displaying a flag and I can sympathize with the HOA's position that they fear it will start a trend of people putting up anything and everything in their yards. Change the policy to allow flags only. Problem solved.
Feb 5th 2013 11:58AM According to the article, the problem has been rectified. The stove has been disconnected so he can no longer cook for herself and her meals are now being delivered by a senior assisted living program. So, I do not understand why the landlord is still going through with the eviction.
Feb 5th 2013 11:56AM No, he cannot. You cannot be physically evicted from your residence without having gone to court first. The thirty day eviction notice is to give you time to either rectify the situation causing the eviction or to prepare for court. In either case you have rights as a tenant, even in public housing.
Jan 2nd 2013 10:28PM It's nice that they had security cameras but those aren't going to do anything to stop the burglars. How about a security system with a loud alarm? No burglar in his right mind will stick around with that going off. The last thing they want is to bring attention to themselves.