Letters to the Editor

Dear 'Anonymous'

To the editor;

Re: 'Cloverdale Seniors are scared', Aug. 18.

I have been a resident of Cloverdale's senior's housing for almost two years. I knew when I came here dogs or cats were not allowed in the building. I was aware someone had a bird, which was allowed under a "grandfather" clause. (Birds don't bark). However, I don't think pets are the issue.

It appears that someone does not like to abide by rules, which they willingly agreed to when they signed the contract to have residency here.

A live-in manager would not resolve some people's issues. It would only allow them to think that person was here 24 hours a day to listen to their pettiness.

Joan Ball

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