March 30, 2018
This is what the Los Angeles city code enforcement site says they investigate:
“Vertical supports unstable or deteriorated”
“Electrical service requires maintenance“
“Electrical wiring disconnected or abandoned”
“Premises not maintained in safe or sanitary condition”
This is what the city rent control site says describing “housing services”:
“…services connected with the use or occupancy of a rental unit including but not limited to…ordinary repairs or replacement, and maintenance….resident manager…other benefits, privileges or facilities”
So why can’t Black tenants get maintenance to the intercom after complaining over three years, while intercoms of ten white tenants were freely replaced?
To see additional discussions about what is fair housing and to see copies of posted Videos, click Youtube channel “Davey GJuanvalldez”
Civil rights. City Los Angeles Employee code inspector Robert Galardi under Mayor Eric Garcetti with a host of other employees admitted by letter March 6, 2017 that numerous Black tenants were deprived of due process rights and never served with a THP application before vacating their units from 2014-2017, proving that city officials conspired with property owners to deprive mostly Black tenants of rights under the city tenant habitability ordinance. Remember the Tuskegee syphilis experiment on Blacks? However, the county District Attorney refuses to prosecute those responsible.
As seen Huffington Post Muslims Are Not Terrorists: A Factual Look at Terrorism and Islam
via Will the real terrorists stand up? — LA Rent Control (RAC) and Permits (LADBS)
The Dallas-based Inclusive Communities Project (ICP) has filed suit in federal district court against one of Texas’ largest property management companies, Lincoln Property Company (LPC), alleging violations of the Fair Housing Act. ICP is a fair housing-focused nonprofit organization working with households seeking access to housing in predominately white neighborhoods in the Dallas area. As part of its […]
via Lincoln Property Company, country’s second largest apartment manager, hit with racial discrimination lawsuit — Texas Housers
Every neighborhood in Houston deserves quality affordable housing, including the community of Independence Heights. But affordable housing should not only be built in places like Independence Heights – to do so limits choice, concentrates poverty and violates fair housing and civil rights obligations. In recent months, the City Council has considered two development proposals from the Houston […]
via How City actions perpetuate Houston’s housing segregation and violate civil rights — Texas Housers
With hope that these tragedies propel you into action rather than paralyze you, I share these resources with the goal of dismantling racial oppression in all its forms.
via #BlackLivesMatter – Solidarity Through Action —
President Obama And Systemic Racism: White House Segregation Plan Questioned By African-American Realtors.
America Systematic Racism
New Site Los Angeles Housing and Rent Control
What are the advantages and disadvantages to renting rent controlled apartments?
Questions for President “Cracked Daddy” Obama on Rittenhouse Square and Universal Healthcare.