Dayton Towers Mismanagement
" Dear Editor, I have lived in Dayton Towers for 32 years. When I was 17 my parents moved upstate, and I moved in with my uncle. We knew my parents were moving so my uncle filled out an application for a one bedroom in Dayton Towers. My name was on the original application, but his name was on the stocks because he put down all the money. We moved into 105-00 in 1996. My uncle moved out in 2000, and when I completed the income affidavit, Denise Nocerino, who works in the Dayton Towers Management Office in 103-00, told me to take my uncle off the affidavit stating "why should I pay extra rent for him if he doesn't live there." I was never informed of other papers that needed to be filed. I knew I wasn't taking the apartment away from my uncle because the stocks were still in his name.
So right there in the office I completed a new income affidavit with only my name on it. Dayton Towers has been accepting my rent check for the last 10 years, and no problems had occurred. September 18, 2008 I receive a letter under my door stating I have no rights to the apartment. I have been asked to prove that my uncle and I lived together from the years 1998 and 1999. I sent for my taxes but they came back with my college address, although in the summer of those years I was a lifeguard at Dayton Towers Pool. I am still having a problem obtaining my uncle's taxes, and I have explained the situation to Monica Hicky and Richard Nardo, who works in the management office in 8000. They have treated me like a criminal. I went to the other tenants who lived on my floor and they all wrote letters stating my uncle and I lived together in the years in question. Last night in my rent check I received an extra charge of $775. No warning from Denise, who put me in this predicament, no warning from board members who I grew up with at the pool. No human decency for someone who has lived here her whole life.
I also know I'm not the only tenant they are trying to evict, or bankrupt!