Thanks to MyBallard.com for this write-up. We've gotten 100+ Facebook mentions from this piece, and some Twitter action as well. The writer, Danielle Anthony-Goodwin, has pledged to stay on the story, and ends her piece with this invitation to all of us:
If you are or know of a tenant from Lockhaven Apartments email us at email@example.com and let us know your thoughts.
Know of a building code violation? Want to tell her about how losing your home will affect you or your neighbors? Drop her a line.
Thanks also to our neighbor "haymarketgal," who instructed me how to enable comments for everyone. Try leaving a comment now. She had tried to add this comment to the previous post:
Yes, thank you for your efforts. I was afraid something like this would happen when I heard that Earl and Denise had sold the place and even more afraid when I found out the "Pinnacle Family" was the new owner.
I've lived in my Lockhaven apartment for more than four years. In a more just and cooperative society the first right of refusal when Earl and Denise decided to sell would have gone to the tenants with tax incentives to help us become owners as part of cooperative housing or a condominium conversion. I'll stop dreaming now.You can stop dreaming, haymarketgal, but don't stop sharing information.