- Report: #549382
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Complaint Review: Morgan Properties
Morgan Properties121 November Drive Camp Hill, Pennsylvania United States of America
Morgan Properties Camp Hill Plaza Apartments Landlord Will Not Deal With Noise Complaint and Will Not Release Mitchell Morgan's Contact Information Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
*Author of original report: Ongoing, unresolved complaints regarding noise at Camp Hill Plaza Apartments
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Last year, I filed ongoing noise complaints with Pam Donbach, former manager of Camp Hill Plaza Apartments. Pam gave the appearance she was dealing with the complaints until I signed the renewal agreement for another year. After I signed the renewal agreement, Pam sent an email saying it was okay for the same residents I had been complaining about to keep up the noise.
Same thing happened when I signed the recent renewal. After I signed the lease renewal, a new manager, Andy Kaehler, moved in another tenant who moved in out of a taxi cab. This tenant instantaneously appeared immediately after I signed the lease renewal and he is constantly banging and slamming doors and cabinets. After I complained to Andy about the tenant, the tenant got louder and louder.
I had been sending Andy email after email about the disruptive tenant and could not believe he responded one day asking me what type of noise the tenant was causing. So I copied and pasted each complaint I had been sending to him. When Andy responded that he was going to send the tenant a letter to "resolve" the matter, that next day, I thought a plane had crashed into this building because that is exactly how loud that tenant was banging and slamming things. Would you believe he was even throwing things against the ceiling in his apartment and literally and downright harassing me in my apartment!
If any normal person is notified by the manager of an apartment complex about keeping the noise levels down, any normal person to respond accordingly. But these are not normal tenants and I could be wrong -- but I do not believe I am -- that this rude tenant was brought here specifically to make me move.
Moreover, instead of dealing with the noise, Andy wrote me an email saying I had complained about other tenants and that he did not believe I "was happy" living here. Now I had already provided notice to Camp Hill Plaza Apartments before this tenant moved in that I was renewing the lease agreement. However, instead of Andy dealing with the disruptive tenant, he chose instead to grant me additional time to change my mind and move.
Furthermore by now, I would have received my rental bill. But I have not received a bill for January 2010 and not only is my rent is due tomorrow but I signed the renewal and for them not to send my bill is certainly a violation. So I have contacted an attorney. It is a pitiful shame a person cannot reside in a rental unit in these United States of America without legal representation!
On many, many occasions, I have requested the name of the owner, Mitchell Morgan, and I have yet to receive his contact information because they refuse to give it to me. Let me tell you . . . I have seen the other reports posted by tenants in other Morgan Properties locations and it is amazing how Morgan Properties continues to receive "Best Apartment" awards year-after-year. These apartments are not the best but are rather some of the worst instead.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/04/2010 03:09 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Morgan-Properties/Camp-Hill-Pennsylvania-/Morgan-Properties-Camp-Hill-Plaza-Apartments-Landlord-Will-Not-Deal-With-Noise-Complaint-549382. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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