July 30, 2021

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  1. Sue Henning says:

    The HUD elderly apartment I live in is dirty. There seems to be very few agents with HUD that care that the government monies are being spent on such conditions. Writing out “work orders” don’t appear to give sight to the “manager”, who is mostly off site. There is dirt in the corners of the front doors, the back area, where
    tenants pass through to bring trash to the dumpster, is very dirty. Is there anyone working at HUD who has the ability to allow us to live in a clean, well run apartment?
    Who is the contact to whom I need to speak?

    In Natchitoches, I am in apt. 308 at Cane Gardens. Thank you

    Sue Henning

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