NoleMole's comment history

NoleMole said...

Weston Wamp has ZERO experience, ability and intelligence to represent the 3rd District. Other than his dad 's career in Washington, he has nothing but the arrogance of assuming he's fit to lead. I too wonder why his time at McCallie is being swept under the rug. What's the other choice, Chuck Fleischmann? Good grief, the only choices for representation are a bunch of clowns looking out for themselves and the corporations they want to represent.

October 2, 2011 at 10:31 a.m.
NoleMole said...

I used to live there, before the conversion to condos and during the process. Buyer beware! There were severe mold issues when I was there because water leaks into the buildings plumbing chases, windows and top of building. Several residents, including a former Red Bank police chief, had to leave because they were getting severely I'll from the mold. Mr. Wilkinson, head of the group, was arrogant, mean and unresponsive to issues residents reported. Then, they took the electric meters out of each unit and started "average billing," where Wilkinson split the EPB bill for the entire property 137 ways. My electric bill more than tripled, because each resident had to pay for all the hall lights, exterior lights, my neighbors electricity.... And the four cell phone companies transimitters on top of the building. That's right, residents pay to light up the whole building and they pay for Verizon, Nextel, Cricket and Sprint's systems. When they went condo the monthly association fee was $300. Sounds like a deal until I learned what I was paying for, and what service I was not getting. The building needs. Major renovation, but all that was done is patchwork. I feel for the buyers who got duped. Unless Wilkerson does a major renovation on the building problems will only get worse. That's my experience.

October 2, 2011 at 9:47 a.m.

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