2009-11-13 / Letters

Too Much Noise At The Breakers

Dear Editor,

How much noise do the homeowners at Arverne By The Sea have to make in order to get rid of the noise between the apartments in their brand new luxury ocean front homes? As a homeowner I am very disappointed in the way this whole matter is being addressed, or is it.

It has been well over a year that I have made numerous phone calls and that letters have been sent and signed by the majority of the homeowners at The Breakers. The only response that you get from Mr. Gerry Romski, project manager for Benjamin-Beech - wood; Mr. Omar Ventegeat, assistant to Gerry Romsky; and Nick Masem, general superintendent, is we are working on it, soon, the middle of next week, the end of next week, the end of next month. It is over a year - how much longer do we have to wait? Is Mr. Alvin Benjamin, founder and president of Benjamin Companies, aware of what is going on? Is Mr. Michael Dubb, founder and president of Beechwood Homes, aware of this problem? It is absolutely not fair. This is a complete farce, from the model homes that are being shown to what you actually get after you have signed a contract. I viewed these model homes over two years ago. How come the model homes are sound proof? Why do I have to listen to my tenant's cell phone ringing, his conversations, his radio playing, T.V. and other personal matters. My daughter's alarm clock going off in the morning is when my tenant knocks on his son's door to wake him up. It is a total disgrace. Can you please also take care of the people who purchased in the middle units who do not have ac - cess into their backyards unless they go through their living and dining rooms. This is also something that is not mentioned in the sales office. When is this going to be solved? They love all the positive media attention they get from Crain's Magazine, Pro - fessional Builder Magazine, 4NEW - YORK NBC, but do these people actually interview the homeowners so that they can get the real story. Let's get this problem solved once and for all, and maybe the future home buyers for the next phase, The Dunes, can get it done right. Buyers Beware.


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