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Spent the day at a friend's apartment and his neighbor was throwing a ball against the wall all day long.
Started in the morning and went on all day. My friend says it happens at all hours of the night also.
He has made multiple complaints and it does not even slow down.
This goes on everyday and nothing has been done about it.
The managers of the complex do not care apparently. Just keep the apartments occupied is all that matters.
He tried calling several times while I was there, and they never answer the phone.
At $1000 a month you should not have to live like in that situation.
Its really clean. They fix what ever is wrong right away. Everyone is friendly.
Noise - Around the clock, you better love it. Residents and their visitors blast car stereos in the parking spaces and while sitting in the road in front of apartments. 24 HOUR car wash next door, so you will hear loud rap day and night whether it is 3 am or 3 pm. Car alarms also can be a problem.
Vehicles race through here at all hours, loud mufflers, loud motorcycles.
There are no real speed bumps to help stop this.
Neighbors banging on walls day and night, and the management does nothing after being notified multiple times.
Domestic disputes from one pair in particular are frequent, staff has witnessed, yet
Parking - Parking was a serious issue with vehicles that have not moved in months. Some have tag decals that expired months ago and are not in running condition. Several people take up two spaces with one vehicle regularly.
People have multiple vehicles and trailers, a number of which I am sure have not been registered with the office.
Backing vehicles into parking spaces so that it is not evident they do not have a decal.
Some vehicles in the visitors spots remain for days or weeks.
We have to park a street away some nights, and due to the lighting that frequently does not work, it is unsafe.
After hurricane - Almost one month after Hurricane Irma, no attempt to clear trees and debris. Staff putter around on golf carts with three foot long tongs picking up bits of
paper, instead of using saws to cut down and remove obstructions to dozens of parking spaces. These dried trees and limbs constitute a fire hazard in a place that has caught fire twice in eighteen months. The only people here more often than the Fire
Department is the Sheriff's Department. Many parking spaces are unusable due to the downed and dead trees and limbs. These should have been removed as soon as the storm had passed
Safety, Security - Lighting is pathetic. Mailboxes are not secure and lighting in that area has been out frequently.
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