April 23, 2014 |
See complete forecast
By Cory Smith
October 15, 2010
Comment on this
One Lawrence woman is having issues with something that's become a national problem: bed bugs. The woman is trying to get out of her lease to escape the hungry pests.
Copy and paste the link:
Even if she is let out of her lease SHE WILL TAKE THEM WITH HER, what good would it do to move to another property? She would just create this problem for other property owners. Its ignorance like this that makes this problem spread.
Diatomaceous earth. Non-toxic powder you can eat as a nutrient. 89% Silcon Dioxide(Silica). Made from ancient ocean diatoms, small fossil shells, the powder is like rolling around in broken glass for insects. Cuts their exoskeleton and they dessicate and die. It's also great for getting rid of roaches, silverfish, ants, bedbugs, flies, fleas, box elder bugs, scorpions, crickets, and many other insects.
http://www.earthworkshealth.com/ for info on all you can use it for.
Property Mgmt. Services eats their young.
Hey bud? Hey buddy? Know where I can score a couple grams of DDT?
.25 cents worth of DDT could stop her bedbug problem.
Before folks start complaining. DDT is a wonderful cheap pest killer which almost eliminated bedbugs and killer pests worldwide. A lib wrote a book making an unscientific conclusion DDT was hurting the environment.
I wonder if the United Nations folks making DDT illegal can sleep at night knowing how many children have died due to the elimination of DDT use.
Sound familiar to you globe heating heads?
no facebook group that I can find.. what is the name [exactly] of the group and how does one find it?
If you know of someone or you yourself have had problems with Mary Pat and/ or Property Management please look for the Facebook Group, "Property Management & Mary Pat who has ever had a problem??"
Every voice will be heard.
She needs to get a lawyer. Property Management Services needs to let her out of her lease. Or at least let her stay in one of their other properties or put her up in a hotel while they get it cleaned up.
Our neighbors have had them for a year and a half and did not report them. I have contacted an attorney and Fox 4. My grandmother said I needed to put signs up too. It is a good idea to write it on the car. Thank you for the support.
She needs to:
1) Put up a sign outside her apt. and on her car to publicize the problem
No new renters would rent there
2) Contact her neighbors. Bedbugs will travel throughout the building.
3) Contact another TV station(s)
4) Contact a lawyer
"One Lawrence woman is having issues ..."
Good grief, I'd expect better from a so-called professional writer. What do you mean, "problems"? Stupid usage.
I can sympathize with this poor girl and her child..she obviously is a young mother trying to raise a child in a safe environment. I can see both sides of this story, the apartment mgt service has provided one treatment and they are expensive (est at $800-$1000) to treat the bugs and they have another treatment scheduled next week... but the logical step is to let this mother move out of her apartment until the bug issue is resolved...just make sure when she moves to treat all of her furniture and clothing items for the bugs before the move or they will just be transferred to her new apartment..
p.s. Cameraman and newsreporter.. I understand getting the story required filming an interview but you should really check your clothing and camera bag since you were in her apartment as the bed bugs can be transferred back to your residence or office..
Commenting has been disabled for this item.
URL Paste this into an e-mail or IM
Embed Paste this into your blog or website
October 15, 2010
Basketball season officially underway October 15, 2010
Bed bugs a local problem October 15, 2010
Homeless shelter receives $540K grant October 15, 2010
Electrical problems caused Lecompton fire October 15, 2010
Anniversary of death honored by ghost bike October 15, 2010
Getting to know 42nd district candidates October 15, 2010
Dairy farm to reopen as research space October 15, 2010
Overnight weather for October 16, 2010 October 15, 2010
Firebirds win district opener October 15, 2010
Lions fall in first game of districts October 15, 2010
Basehor remains undefeated October 15, 2010
Eudora football cruises in victory October 15, 2010
Tonganoxie football falls to Perry October 15, 2010
KU football offense struggles in blowout October 15, 2010
Late Night signals start of season October 15, 2010
Old wagon wheel being inspected October 15, 2010
Find more businesses on Marketplace
Arts & Entertainment ·