Friday November 3, 2017 – Thursday November 30, 2017 – There was occasional activity in Unit #1 on the 97 side of the building. Agostino and assorted workers were in and out of the unit on weekends, and Marie mentioned to me that she had seen Agostino in and around the building during the day […]
Yakhni becomes even more of an unprofessional pain in the ass to deal with. Pollington maes an appaerance with a camera in hand, as does Christina Stamper.
Our landlord simply ignores the Interim Order issued by a board member, as does his representative.
So far, this disagreement with our landlord had used up 7 hours 20 minutes of hearing time at the LTB, in 7 hearings, one by telephone, five in person (counting the Case Management Hearing and mediation session of May 19, 2017 as hearings). It has also used up 6 hours and 20 minutes of a mediator’s time.
Another day of our landlord’s abusive, antagonistic behavior. John Cerino tries to involve MLE officers in his bullying, but it falls flat.
By February 24, 2017, after 12 days of entry by the landlord and/or his agents (not counting two meetings), the repairs completed are:
repairing the toilet (1 hour)
Replacing two interior doors (6 hours)
Installing locking mechanisms on nine windows (4.5 hours)
Weather stripping around the front door (2 hours)
Repairing the front door lock and self closure (2 hours)
Replacing an electric stove (1 hour)
Installing lifts on six windows (1.5 hours)
Foyer light repaired (2 hours, and only because Agostino had to re-wire the light fixture through the building meter, rather than Richard’s meter)
Richard Pollington’s behavior becomes increasingly antagonistic and hostile.
In the first week of February, 2019, we received Notices of Hearing for our applications (SOT-77620-16, SOT-80393-17, SOT-91682-18, and SOT-99829-18) and John’s related L2 application (SOL-84218-17) for March 7, 2019. John’s L1 application (SOL-01207-19) was scheduled to be heard on March 19, 2019. John’s newest L2 application (SOL-01323-19) was scheduled to be heard on March […]
On January 2, 2019 there were several loud crashes heard throughout the building, at random intervals throughout the day. They were loud enough to be noticeable, but not really loud enough to cause a disturbance. As far as I could tell, the noises were coming from the Stamper’s unit on the other side of the […]
Life went on, but not the heat in my roomate’s bedroom. So on December 9, 2018 I called Agostino around 4 pm and let him know that the radiator in her room was cold and that the symptoms pointed towards air in the radiator. That’s an easy fix; bleed the radiators, a routine task for […]