Below is another letter an apartment owner wrote to Mayor Garcetti regarding the trash monopoly. They included FOUR EXAMPLES of their previous trash invoices and new inflated invoices as proof of how this trash monopoly has been affecting apartment/business owners in Los Angeles!
Below is a letter an apartment owner wrote to Mayor Garcetti and Councilman Bonin regarding the trash monopoly. They included their old invoice, new service rates breakdown and photos as proof of how this trash monopoly has been affecting apartment/business owners in Los Angeles!
“L.A. Trash Bandits” Rob Apartment Owners and Business Owners! Shame on You, Mayor Garcetti and Los Angeles City Council!
Do you know that some housing providers have already received notices from their new City- appointed trash haulers that their rates will be increased by at least 100%?! You should know it – you passed this outrageous law! You even promised us that the rates would be lower. One housing provider just now reported that…Details
Hello everybody. Let me confess at the outset that I detest the smell of cigarette smoke. I don’t like to be in a room where someone is smoking and I learned as early as high school that I didn’t even like to kiss someone who was a smoker. Still, I am a strong believer in…Details
Dear Dan: The below letter was sent to Steve Lopez at the Los Angeles Times. Dear Sir: I appreciate that you attempt to be “fair-minded” when you talk about the housing crisis. I remember, as you suggest, that my son, Jeffrey, reminded me that after viewing the feature film, La La Land, Los Angeles would…Details
There’s no way around it: too many Americans are experiencing homelessness. According to the most recent statistics from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), nearly 550,000 people were homeless in this country on a single night in January 2016, and 22 percent of those were children. That 550,000 figure actually represents a 15…Details
My wife, Hinda, who helps me with planning for clients, and I have been lucky enough to meet hundreds of wonderful apartment owners though the AOA seminars we have done throughout California. The majority of them planned ahead years ago and build living trust based estate plans to protect their families. Unfortunately, almost all the…Details
Question 1: I read you have a new firm name and address. What’s going on? Answer 1: I am pleased to announce that Beckman Blair LLP has joined the esteemed Berkeley firm Buresh, Kaplan, Feller and Chang P.C. and the combined firm will be known as Beckman Feller & Chang P.C. As of August…Details
Landlord to Pay $20,000 to Settle Pet Discrimination Case – by the Editors of Rental Housing Journal
The owner of several Reno, Nevada apartment complexes has agreed to pay $20,000 to settle allegations of pet discrimination and Fair Housing Act violations involving requiring pet deposits from prospective tenants who require assistance animals, according to a release.
Last month, I discussed the Millionaire Next Door and pointed out how Daily Transcript subscribers, rental owners and millionaires had at least six common traits. After studying wealthy people in America, two professors, Thomas Stanley and Bill Danko wrote and published this book in 1996. Coming up on its 20-year anniversary, its findings still ring…Details