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"If legislators truly wish to reduce fossil-fuel dependence, they could prioritize the transition to pedestrian- and bike-friendly neighborhoods."
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Computer store accepts only bitcoin, demonstrates that by doing so they can undercut the large stores.
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Hello All here is my first Instructable, It s a beautiful Nixie Lantern clock, A little steam punk and a bit Victorian, made up of mostly of found com...
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Yeah, no kidding. Well someday when I'm rich I guess.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I lived in building 1310 for 12 months, and chose not to renew my lease. Overall, this apartment complex is not bad, but I would not use them again, nor would I recommend anyone live there. The building itself was nothing special. I had a 1st floor apartment, with concrete walls and ceiling. I never heard noise from my neighbors, but hallway noise passed through the door as if it wasn't there, and outside noise came in through the windows without any trouble. The 1st floor has a roach problem, that the office staff fully knows about. All 12 months that I lived at that complex, I witnessed at least one roach within my unit, or in the hallway. VitP did make a good-faith effort to come and exterminate every time I reported a roach, but it was extremely tiring to empty out my kitchen every other week so the exterminators could inspect/exterminate. By the time I left, the roach problem was greatly reduced (no doubt owing to 4 of the 5 other tenants in my hallway moving away during that time), but still not gone. Many will say the office staff is rude/inconsiderate. I find this to be a stretch, usually they're alright to work with, though none seem to be happy with their job. In my unit, there was a heater pipe in the bedroom that fed the upper floors, such that whenever someone above me wanted heat, the pipe would make noise. Eventually, you get used to it, but it was unpleasant at first, especially considering it was outside of my control. The building has security doors, but there is always foot traffic in and out, so people without keys regularly are able to enter. UPS seems to think it is generally fine to leave packages by the door of your apartment, here. Once, I had another tenant open such a box left by my door; thankfully said tenant did not want the contents, and simply replaced the box.
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