Parking Spot Harassment Threats Jan 2014
“Your statements below are pure unadulterated nonsense. Not to mention factually inaccurate. As usual you were talking instead of listening. Frankly, your attitude about this reasonable issue is selfish and self-centered.” ~Ross Gentry. It gets worse ….
As if I could get a word in edgewise when Ross is talking. Read this. HE IS HARASSING and JUDGING me. THREATENING ME.
On Jan 6, 2014, at 5:43 PM, RHB BLDG6 wrote:
Having a discussion with you is almost impossible you unless the issue is favorable to you. You did not allow me the consideration to fully state my position without becoming angry.
There was no a fait accompli’ at that point of our discussion.
I was seeking a parking arrangement for a blind tenant who needs access to single surface parking space for her husband’s van that’s near their unit. It’s relatively easy to reassign your space to the garage and let them use your currently assigned surface parking space.
However before I could finish, you abruptly bolted out your front door onto the walkway shouting angrily and demanding that I “get out” which was inappropriate and insulting. Presumably you were trying to enlist someone to come to your aid over a somewhat routine manager/tenant discussion which I felt was embarrassing for you. Frankly, your attitude about this reasonable issue is selfish and self-centered.
Finally, what’s occurred in the past and who has or hasn’t had their parking reassigned is inconsequential. And most of the vehicles (vans & SUVs) with single surface parking spaces are too large for the garage, others have tandem spaces and some drivers also have physical limitations. The parking garage happens to be well lighted and monitored 24/7 by a digital camera so your concerns are probably unfounded. [‘Probably’? That’s reassuring. Not.]
I’ll be happy to forward this to my supervisors. [Is this a THREAT?]
Jenny’s brief rebuttal:
Whoa. He insisted on changing the spot and taking away the spot. Period. It was ‘a fait accompli.’
I DID NOT step outside my apt. I threw him out when he was IN my apartment. He kept arguing with me. How many ways can you say: I changed your parking spot. I took your parking spot. No, you don’t get a rent reduction because it’s NOT part of your rent.
I said, Fine, now get out. He refused to budge. I conceded, just to get rid of him. I was shaking so much I thought I would faint.
Oh yeah, I’m going to ‘bolt out’ and ask STRANGERS for help? What? I’m the girl who walked home after midnight with heavy camera gear. I’ve faced worse.
I DO NOT care what he thinks about MY attitude. How insulting can he be?
He has made it plain by repeatedly telling me he doesn’t care if he angers the tenants. It’s all about business. How many times has he told me that?
He didn’t care I’m a senior citizen. He was NOT sympathetic to MY needs either.
From: Jenny Lens [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2014 4:34 PM
Pls tell me the number and when I get a car, I will use that spot.
End of discussion. I have no voice in the matter.
From: Jenny Lens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Your Parking Assignment
Date: January 6, 2014 5:55:59 PM PST
You made it clear you are re-assigning the spot and using it for your parking due to my not having a car.
You were not interested in whatever I had to say. No discussion. You didn’t care about MY safety concerns regarding my age and physical condition. I begged and pleaded my case, to no avail.
Pls tell me which parking spot is now assigned to my unit.
I have NO interest in discussing this with any other tenants nor asking anyone for aid.
I merely requested you leave. The discussion was over.
From: RHB BLDG6 <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: Your Parking Assignment
Date: January 6, 2014 6:56:06 PM PST
To: Jenny Lens <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Your statements below are pure unadulterated nonsense. Not to mention factually inaccurate.
As usual you were talking instead of listening.
RHB Management Company