[nfbmi-talk] requesting thoughts
Jim in Detroit
james.prather at comcast.net
Sun Jan 5 01:38:42 UTC 2014
Linda, that's exactly what my apartment's management does on issues like
these; I just use my Open Book and read it.
Sent: January 04, 2014 18:33
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Subject: Re: [nfbmi-talk] requesting thoughts
How are the other tenants being informed, if at all? My building will leave
a memo on everyone's door for major issues. For instance, the water will be
turned off on this date from 10:00 am to noon for boiler maintenance. Would
someone in the office be willing to email or call you when issues arise?
Would the office manager be willing to do this for you?
> On Jan 4, 2014, at 5:13 PM, "Michael Welty" <ratking1989 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Decided to bring a little of an issue up to you guys, not completely
> blindness related, but still effects me.
> For over the last day my building's heat has been broken, and I have not
> been imformed by any of the of the staff, when it broke, what they plan to
> do about it, and most importantly, if anything is being done. This is just
> long string of times they have refused to inform me of changes or problems
> in the building, so I wanted some input on if there is anything I can do
> straighten this up. This problem will be solved completely at the end of
> March, but until then, I'd really want to see if I can get this fixed as I
> have missed some very important issues that came up because of their
> to notify me of things.
> Any ideas on what to do, especially in this latest situation with the heat
> being down, and this massive storm and really cold wind coming through?
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Jim in Detroit
James A. Prather
Central Michigan University: 1980
Michigan School for the Blind: 1974
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