‘Vermin, Rodents, Mold, Break-Ins’: Tenants At Downtown Oakland High-Rise Go On Rent Strike

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PATCH: Tenants of a high-rise apartment building in downtown Oakland held a rally Tuesday night, to show they’ve had enough with their living conditions and are going to stop paying rent until the problems have been fixed. The residents say the building is unsanitary and unsafe to live in and it was time to take action.

“We recently had issues with vermin, rodents, security, break-ins, mold,” said tenant Monty Joyce.

Another tenant Alexandra Yuro-May added, “Most recently, we’ve experienced rodent infestations to the 11th floor of the building, we’ve experienced mold and sewage seeping through floors.”

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