MediaA 79-year -old NDG landlady has been told not to clean a flithy aparment left filled with two feet of garbage by a tenant who has not been seen in almost three months.
But after tenants have been complaining about the horrible smell, the landlady has decided it's time to take matters into her own hands, even if the Rental Board has told her not to touch anything until her hearing in three weeks.
Garbage covers every square inch of the rooms and even with a mask on, the smell coming out from there is still unbearable.
The landlady's daughter, says she couldn't wait around for the rental board to give her the go ahead to clean this place up mostly for the protection of her other loyal tenants.
So she has called in a cleaning crew (Cleanmatik expert in extreme cleaning) who will take 3 days to clean the place
MONTREAL, Feb. 9. Following one of the worst cases of unsanitary and ransacking a home, discovered last week in the Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace, CORPIQ urges the Government of Quebec legislation to ensure minimum protection for homeowners.
Result: take out the trash covering the ground by a foot and half high,(Work done by Cleanmatik)
Cote des Neiges flood closes roads, damages homes
Sun Apr. 17 2011
Nearby Coolbrooke Ave. resident Arthur Adrien said he lost everything in his basement apartment in less than two hours.
"I heard water dripping, and I got off my bed and there was one foot of water already on the floor," he said.
Water extraction done by Cleanmatik
Catherine Sherriffs reports