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Old 07-07-2013, 06:47 PM   #16
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Absolutely shameful state of affairs.
We will not turn this into a political discussion- they don't turn out well

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God forbid we should discuss current events. There is an elephant in the living room but lets pretend its not there.

Good luck with your gas leak slumlord...its seems you are up a creek without a paddle
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Lord of the slums, I would also like to wish you good luck sir. Unfortunately, little by little, you see this happening across America. This is what happens when a city goes bankrupt.

I know this has nothing to do with your gas leak problem - sorry all for the current events remarks.

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Thanks for your concern everyone. Luckily I have a large crew of very brilliant people I can call. I Have the resources to have the work done privately. The tenant said the only way she is going to leave "her home" is in a wooden box. I have a nicer place I could move her to. She has been there a long time, is stubborn and in her late 80's. So I will respect her decisions. If it was not for all my tenants I would have left Detroit.
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Thanks for your concern everyone. Luckily I have a large crew of very brilliant people I can call. I Have the resources to have the work done privately. The tenant said the only way she is going to leave "her home" is in a wooden box. I have a nicer place I could move her to. She has been there a long time, is stubborn and in her late 80's. So I will respect her decisions. If it was not for all my tenants I would have left Detroit.
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dont be leave it for a minute that a gas company fails to respond immediately to a gas leak

my last home, a condo. one of the other buildings was right by my garage. i noticed a small gas leak there, and called them right way. took a week for them to fix it. but it was a very small leak.
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This is not the way to handle a gas leak. I don't care what area you are from. This is a DIY forum and it should be stated here and now that no one should ever sit still and just let a gas leak continue. They certainly should never, ever try to dig up gas lines and repair them. Disasters happen that way.

All I see is you telling us how bad things are and why you are not doing everything you can to get the gas company to do something.

I fail to see the use of this thread because no advice has been asked or followed.

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