Improve the conditions of students living in Panther Hill Apartments in Prarie View, TX

Improve the conditions of students living in Panther Hill Apartments in Prarie View, TX

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Historically Black College and Universities Alum started this petition to David Allen Mayor of Prarie View A&M University and

Problem

THIS IS A STATE OF EMERGENCY IN PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS. 

Students of Prarie View A&M University are living in substandard and deplorable conditions at Panther Hill Apartments. Students are becoming sick because of mold infested ceilings and walls. This is a very serious situation. There are students that are being treated for bronchitis and no one has answers.They are forced to heat their homes through oven heat which creates a fire hazard. Property managememt is slow to address additional maintenance requests. This is unacceptable. When we send our children away to receive a quality education at an institute of higher learning, we expect a standard of living that is conducive to a positive and safe learning and living environment. Our children deserve better.

Solution
Our solution is to require the Mayor of Prarie View,
other elected officials and Prarie View senior leadership to tour the Panther Hill apartments, with subject matter experts in multi family, document conditions and set a deadline for repair completions. We are also requiring them to create a system whereby they will monitor all properties that PV students are residing. Develop a rating system to be published that will educate the students and parents on housing conditions and penalize those that fail to maintain quality living conditions.

We Need EVERYONE FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY to please contact The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the environmental agency for the state at 512-239-5500 and demand the state leaders to investigate the City of Prairie View, Texas for exposing our children to unhealthy contaminations and being held accountable. 

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