Well some tenant at 312 Fillmore got a letter from the landlord and sent it off to Hoodline.com and the rest is history.
Here’s the update. Some of the tenants contacted DBI. See?
And then DBI sent an Inspector out two days ago.
And then the Inspector looked around and filed a Notice of Violation yesterday.
“On 5/21/14 Inspector Steve Mungovan investigated the complaint at unit #25 of the subject property and observed violations of the San Francisco Housing Code which are delineated within the Notice of Violation issued on 5/22/2014 identified by Complaint Tracking #201474055. Pertinent observations are as follows: Peeling paint and damaged wall surfaces.”
This is only going to get worse for this particular landlord.
Oh, and guess what? If the LL tries to evict anybody soon, that action just might be presumed to be a retaliatory eviction.
On It Goes…
|Description:||The kitchen sink hot water pipe was changed out previously from galvanized to bronze; they didnt change out the cold water, which is still leaking. Because the building and piping is old, there are blockages. He has had water leak out and found standing water in the apartment. **He has had a water leak from rain that is coming through the window and there is damage to the wall below. There was also a large crack about 2-3 inches deep and a crack on the outside, where the water is coming in. The apartment has not been painted since he moved in, in 1989. Cracks in walls.|
|Instructions:||311 SR# 3649450 , ** 3649409 rec’d by HIS on 5/16/2014|