Williams Schultz Jr. points out mold and a crack near the living room window in his former apartment at Prairie Landing in Sharon. Schultz, who has since moved out of the apartment, said he reported issues to local management and the property management company but nothing was done and he’s concerned for his former neighbors, many who are elderly. (Heather Ruenz photo)

Property management representative disputes some claims

By Heather Ruenz

SLN staff

Unsafe and potential health concerns in his apartment in Sharon led William Schultz Jr. to contact those he thought would address the issues, but they weren’t taken care of.

After striking out with the local manager, Schultz said he contacted the regional property manager – and sent photos and videos to the corporate office, a claim the regional manager denies.

The issues in Schultz’s now former apartment – he moved out just over a week ago – include mold on the living room window, which also bows out when pushed on, as well as mold or mildew and cracks in the bathroom. The stovetop also is loose and unsafe to use, he said.

“The former manager patched things up around the window, but it didn’t last,” Schultz said. “The maintenance guy looked at it and said he’d fix it but never did anything. I called the new manager multiple times and she didn’t do anything.”

Read the rest of the story including what the property management representative had to say as well as advice on where Sharon and Walworth County residents can turn in similar situations, in the March 9 Times/Reporter or other Southern Lakes Newspapers’ publications later this week.

 
 

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