Help Students Who Are Suffering in Unhabitable Conditions (The Alliance @ 400/The Cottages

Help Students Who Are Suffering in Unhabitable Conditions (The Alliance @ 400/The Cottages

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Taylor Beard started this petition to Florida Housing Authorities and
The apartment complex The Alliance @ 400 has been providing renters UNHABITABLE living conditions for many years now. Renters (who are mostly students) are forced to pay rent and utilities to a complex that doesn’t even provide comfortable living arrangements. People have been dealing with issues like mold, pests (this includes roaches, termites and more), floors that are seeping in, floors with wholes in them and more. The complex has failed to solve majority of renters’ issues. These issues have led to emotional distress for many and it is time for a change.

Sign our petition to help get this apartment complex shut down. There are too many issues that have caused endangerment to many residents. The structure of this apartment was built poorly and is unsafe to renters.

I started this petition because...
My name is Taylor Ashley Beard. I am an out of state student at Florida A&M University. I started this petition because I have personally dealt with the unprofessionalism of this apartment. The day I first moved in I was given an apartment infested with roaches. Of course, like many of the renters here, this was my first time renting an apartment and I was naive. This led to myself and others dealing with MONTHS of terrible things like: maggots living in the carpet, roaches living in the home, doing without a/c (in Florida) for months, and more. I’ve had friends that also live here have to go back and forth to the hospital because they had mold growing in their room. All of this, and everyone is STILL expected to pay rent. I am hoping this petition will help bring awareness to all of our living conditions, and hopefully someone will step in and put a stop to all of this.
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