We would like to thank the board of the Cedar Street Apartments for coming and listening to our complaints.
They were very kind and spent an extra 90 minutes making sure everyone was heard.
We are forming a committee and now have an advocate to help us keep our community informed and help us get our needs addressed.
The Cedar Street Apartments is a wonderful complex. We understand the restrictions that we have to conform with to keep H.U.D happy and are more than willing to comply.
We are having issues with the homeless living behind the library and traveling through our area during the summer mostly. Used condoms have been thrown over the chain-link fence into the backyards with broken glass, cars vandalized, groceries stolen, and an umbrella stolen off the front porch.
We have personal complaints that have not been addressed and the board has agreed to receive complaints and hold monthly board meetings until everything is resolved.
All of us have lived in this community for most of our lives. We are part of this community, and this complex could be a shining example of rural senior housing.
We like plants and animals and most of us like children and look forward to having them visit us.
We have very little complaints. We just want the ones we have addressed.
We want to thank the Healy Center for all that you do. The Meals on Wheels is an important program and we thank you for it. We used to have transportation from the Quail but it no longer stops here. Some of our residents cannot make it to the bus stop. We wish you could make a stop at senior housing again.
Thank you Tabitha and Community Cornerstone for always thinking of us on holidays. The cards and gifts are always heart warming. We love you all.
Chloe Bear. Meagan Rial and Shanda Rial