Tenants of an East Tremont apartment complex not satisfied with their buildings

Tenants of an East Tremont apartment complex say the buildings that they live in are dangerous and are making them ill. Complaints about the Twin Park Northeast complex range from an influx of rats inside the apartments to urine, feces, used condoms, crack bags and crack bottles in the common areas. In addition, residents say the buildings are dangerous with crumbling ceilings, a permanently broken elevator, and loose bricks.The tenant association president says these complaints combined with sewage leaks and insects in the vents, have led to health problems such as skin rashes. Residents are fed up with their living conditions and are threatening to turn to the state attorney general for assistance if their problems are not addressed.

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