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Old 07-18-2016, 02:11 PM
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Originally Posted by moviecat79 View Post
Hi, I am slowly taking on the responsibility of managing my dad's apartment building in Highland Park. I have tenants that are dumping their old furniture by my dumpster instead of calling the city to pick it up. I don't know who in particular is doing it and I'm open to any suggestions as to what I can do. I was thinking of posting a notice, but I'm not sure of what I can legally say in the notice and how I can give it to each tenant.

P.S. I'm taking a taking a class which will certify me as an apartment manager this week, is their any other classes or seminars that anyone has found useful?
Hey man, how do you think I furnished the Hillbilly Shack!

One man's trash is another man's treasure!

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Old 07-18-2016, 07:18 PM
Location: El Sereno, Los Angeles, CA
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Originally Posted by roseannepaul View Post
actually there are special place to dump their trash, they just want to put old furniture on the main street to see whether some people take it for free to save the tenants to move away.
I told them no anything on street, they just do not want to move big furniture to where to be supposed to be moved.
Growing up my dad got a lot of furniture for us from the sidewalk, somebody will take it eventually.
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