Huntsville, AL asked in Personal Injury, Civil Rights, Environmental and Landlord - Tenant for Alabama

Q: I was told by the apartment management where I live that the manager doesn’t like me because I Jewish- I

I was prohibited from putting up a small menorah on my patio while other residents were decorating with trees and Christmas stuff- I have had 4 major leaks and floods and have mold- the second time they left holes half my height in my kitchen and bedroom for two months without fixing- the remedy they provided was a fan to blow air and an air purifier- I was told when my ac wasn’t working that I was not allowed to run it under 68 or it would break- now I am being told after a vicious cat bite from a stray or residents pet,which left me with cat scratch fever and 6 weeks of antibiotics and very limited in what I can physically do. I got a notice yesterday saying due to “management issues” my lease won’t bw renewed and I have to be out by the second of February (yesterday was 1-11-2019)

I simply called and asked to have until the end of February as 23 days is not time to allow my body to heal-

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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A: Contact the ADL for your area. Call national if you're not sure. https://www.adl.org/take-action/report-an-incident

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