Recent Changes for "Twin Pines Apartments" - Davis Wikihttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_ApartmentsRecent Changes of the page "Twin Pines Apartments" on Davis Wiki.en-us Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-20 15:20:50PeteBmacro'ed addy <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 2: </td> <td> Line 2: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> ||3333 F Street|| </td> <td> <span>+</span> ||<span>[[Address(</span>3333 F Street<span>)]]</span>|| </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-20 15:20:50PeteBMap location(s) modifiedTwin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-20 15:11:56CovertProfessorRevert to version 12. <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 28: </td> <td> Line 28: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- <br> - ''2012-10-25 22:34:53'' [[nbsp]] I would not recommend this place to anyone unless it was for a financial necessity. The Manager runs hot and cold depending on whether or not she needs something from you. Everyone not only knows your business, they feel obligated to be up in it as community involvement is a requirement here. There are several apartment lifer's who let their children run wild. Several of my neighbors have been the victim's of verbal abuse, property vandalism, keyed cars, and theft yet management does nothing about and the police hands are tied. At night you can hear your neighbors snore not to mention the lady screaming at her kids. The rent is not that much cheaper than a unit downtown and definitely not worth the headache. There is a small pool on site monopolized by several units with their kids running wild, failing to look for others before jumping in or splashing, and the real show comes when they jump from the fence into the pool. You have to be careful driving through the parking lot, it is not uncommon for small children to run in front of your moving car. There is a large tv in the community room that does not work, the chairs that are not broken have been puked on and not cleaned thuroughly, the printer is out of ink when you need it, and if you reserve the community room on the public board others feel free to replace themselves in the slot. There are units being treated for bedbugs. A couple folks are good people, the principal of the mutual housing is awesome but not implemented properly here. The maintenance is on point and finally the location is cool. Good luck to the next tenants! --["Users/NetworkVirus"]<br> - ------<br> - ''2012-10-28 20:57:30'' [[nbsp]] i heard that an apartment in Twin Pines had a major bedbug infestation, I am really worried that they are not inspecting all the apartments here for bedbugs. I have kids. The property management company, John Berkeley Management has a reputation for hiring the cheapest contractors they can to fix maintenance problems. When they hired contractors to replace the patios when they when they rotted, they hired the first crew in the summer of 2001, they didn't even have permits. They had to redo the stucco, and start again later when they had a crew that had the proper permits. That project went on for over 6 months, then after a tenant complained that one of their grandchildren tripped, because they were actually sawing directly in front of her door, they finally moved all the tenants into hotels, because they were afraid of a lawsuit. That poor woman whom her child tripped had stage four lung cancer, Lupe Arrondo, whom has since deceased had to put up with over 6 months of sawing, banging, so loud I was told it felt like an earthquake sometimes. This was all done while she was going through chemotherapy. She wasn't moved out until the access had to be blocked off to actually replace the concrete on the patios. Then she was moved back in to her apartment, to hear alot more sawing, and banging because there was still more work to do. This apartment complex is owned by the City of Davis, Hud provides the financing, and Neighborworks are also partial owners.<br> - I feel treated like a cockroach here. I heard the resident with the bedbug problem is on disability, and the property management, manager, Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management made her move to hotels without giving her money to sleep in a hotel. Another tenant found her sleeping in the community room, # 13, and let her sleep in her room when they found out she was told to leave her apartment when her rent was paid, and she didn't have money for hotel, because her son is in charge of her money for disability, and she couldn't get ahold of him.<br> - I have lived in Section 8 apartments before, but, never had slumlords like this before. The manager actually doesn't seem to be responsible for any of this, the property management company, has a guy named Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of all the big maintenance projects, pest control, resident problems, etc. I am not happy here at all. None of residents here seem to like Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management. There are some mediation problems here that Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of. He is is supposed to resolve problems between residents. But, no one involved seems to be satisfied, because no results came from it. All parties feel threatened by Dan Morris, residents feel harassed by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management. I wouldn't recommend any family’s move in here, as residents are treated by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management as second class citizens. This is true to the best of my knowledge. Respectfully, resident twin pines.<br> - --["Users/deals911"]<br> - ------<br> - ''2013-01-04 21:57:58'' [[nbsp]] I am a resident of Twin Pines Apartments. In August 2012, I reported a bedbug infestation to management, Lydia Johnson. She promptly had a pest control company called North American Termite &amp; Pest Control confirm I had bedbugs. The first time I was told to move out to hotels, Dan Morris of JBM was polite, and arranged a hotel, and offered a per diem. There was a problem however, the hotel they put me in, University Park Inn, had bedbugs in the first room I was booked in, # 125. I knew this from the black streaks on the side of the mattress, which is caused by a chemical used to test for bedbugs. You can buy this chemical on the internet. I didn't discover this until the next A.M. after I was bitten. I was bleeding from 3 places on my leg while I was in my Spanish class at Sac City College. Bleeding usually doesn't normally occur except with full-fledged adult bedbugs, the babies, and children are microscopic. I complained to the front desk clerk of the University Park Inn, about I found exoskeleton brown fragments in the seams of the mattress of room # 125. He said, "Oh, that is flowers, the maid must have put that there, I will talk to her about why." I argued, but it fell on deaf ears. I did request a change of room, and I was put in room # 123.<br> - Interestingly later, when I was in an upgraded King room, I paid the difference of to be transferred to; I was talking in the breakfast room on my cellphone with a friend about my bedbug problem. A woman, whom was a newly graduated Registered Nurse from American River College, was now staying in room # 123. She, her husband, and children were staying in the hotel for the same reason, their apartment near American River college had a bedbug, and beetle infestation. They too, had major PTSD about the whole experience, and decided not to return to the apartment realizing how difficult it is to get rid of bedbugs permanently without the heat treatment which her landlord didn't want to pay for either, just the spraying. She, and her family were moving to Davis, as she just got hired at Sutter Davis Hospital, her first job.<br> - I have been treated absolutely like dirt, like a bedbug by Dan Morris, and Josh Berkley of JBM when they had to spray a second time for bedbugs. I was promised by Dan Morris of JBM in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and a 3rd party that this time I would have to pay the hotel, and buy new clothes. I was told I would be refunded later for hotel, p/diem of $51 p/day, and the clothes. I am 61 years old, and after 14 emergency room visits this year for severe migraine headaches, lung, and cardiac problems including ambulance defibrillation in March 2012 I went on Permanent Disability. That was part of my Permanent Disability Back Pay that was used to pay for the hotels, food, taxis, clothes, etc. I complained to Josh Berkley that Dan Morris that he put in charge of the pest control project didn't return my hotel money, p/diem that was promised. He bitched about having to pay for my clothes to be sent through the dry cleaners, and his final words were, "They are your bedbugs". My ambulance, emergency room visits all started this year, when me, and four other upstairs apartments were moved into hotels when the patios concrete surface was replaced. The first hotel I was put in, the Comfort Suite Hotel, the second hotel was the first time, this long series of emergency room visits started. The second hotel I stayed in, La Quinta Hotel, I later found, had, had a severe infestation on the 3rd floor whereby the room was left vacant for four months while the bedbug infestation was handled, even the walls drilled into. The etiquette for hotel managers/owners is never tell the public about bedbug infestations as it causes a panic, and financial loss.<br> - Lydia Johnson, Manager of Twin Pines Apartments said I probably brought the bedbugs from my recent Amtrak trip. Considering, the several feet long of bedbug poop in the seams of my Egglanders' Best Mattress I finally discovered one week after my Amtrak trip, it is highly unlikely an infestation that extreme could occur in one week.<br> - My apartment was illegally entered a 3rd time for extermination, with no notification on my door. This is witnessed by our fine Davis Fire Dept. whom removed the chemical like a 911 Hazardous Waste Removal, in the tall 3 foot canister, with hose, and no label of what was the chemical. Thank your Davis Fire Dept. you are my heroes! The management apparently didn't know I had moved back in, due to I had run out of hotel money. There were illegal "nuvon prostrips hanging" everywhere in my apartment. These are meant to be for agricultural use, or in residences when the person is expected to live there less than 4 hours p/day, and only in storage areas, such as closets. I tried to sleep there the week prior one night, and had an asthma attack, and panic attack in the middle of the night, and again went to the emergency room for treatment. I also, have a sleep disorder, called sleep apnea, and have to sleep with a CPAP machine, in addition to having asthma. JBM knew I had already been in emergency rooms 14 times prior to treatments. A heat treatment could have been done, as well as there are other environmentally friendly products available such as through Dixons Bugman Pest Control whom normally contracts for a full year with Property Management companies to treat monthly. Josh Berkley and Dan Morris acted like I was a criminal that they had to spray a second time. I told Dan Morris when they treated the first time that Western Exterminator said, you need to tent the apartment, and use heat treatment in addition to the spraying. Bottom line is, "whatever is cheapest" is what Josh Berkley management approves. These are "tax credit Units" paid for in part by tax payer monies, many people here are on disability for mental, and or physical disabilities.<br> - While I was in a cheap hotel in Woodland, because that is all I could afford, my friend, Kirsten of the Moore Village Apartments was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Hotel. Her apartment was found to be more infested with bedbugs than mine. They inspected her apartment, because I suggested it, since I had been visiting her place. Bedbugs has nothing to do with cleanliness, her place was immaculate. Blood, is blood, is blood, all blood is good to bedbug parasites. What was in common to us both was she works at R&amp;R consignment store, and I was volunteering there on Saturdays until it was discovered I had a bedbug problem. I question, are all clothes sold at R&amp;R laundered in only the hottest water cycles, and hottest dryer cycles only. I happen to know from years of sorting donations in prior years to go to the R&amp;R thrift store, or to be put on the floor, that, that is not the case. Both myself, and Kirsten could have innocently brought the bedbugs, or bedbug eggs home purchasing items from R&amp;R consignment, and thrift stores. I fully believe in R&amp;R, however, like any other thrift store in Davis this should be regulated.<br> - However, since the budget was cut, according to the Davis City Hall Code Enforcement Office, the position of "public health Officer" no longer exists. I know this is true, because I made complaints of the University Park Inn, and my phone calls were not even returned. I had to find this out in person. So, is Davis now going to be in alignment with New York City, and San Francisco to become the next highest on the list for a bedbug epidemic? I find this ironic in a city, supposed to be the second most educated city in the United States! Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Isn't that something! My hat is off to the Republicans! Congratulations, you cut the budget so good, we have no public health officer anymore to regulate any businesses, hotels, thrift stores, restaurants, consignment stores, no one! Well the bedbugs will be well fed this year! By the way, bedbugs love people whom are sick, low immune systems, and people whom eat lots of sugar. So, eat your Wheaties, eat less candy, exercise like crazy, toss the humidifiers, and vacuum regularly, that is your best protection. And, toss luggage before returning from hotels to your homes. Unfortunately I only did all this research after the bedbug problem.<br> - I have an attorney to fight the JBM retaliatory eviction, Harry Roth, whom was kind enough to take my case on contingency. I had given a 30 day notice when I was mad that I was not refunded my hotel/p/diem monies. When I moved in to Twin Pines Apartments I was a storage Manager for Central Storage, and my income qualified. Now, most managers’ say I do not qualify due I can't show 2-3 times the rent in income. I am one of the few people at Twin Pines not on Section 8. I am on the waiting list for 1 &amp; 1/2 years.<br> - I am extremely depressed, and stressed to the absolute maximum the way JBM has treated me like a bedbug. I have been rejected by most of my neighbors, most friends, and even some family; there is such a stigmatism, and fear of bedbugs. I feel like a Leper on the island of Molokai, Hawaii! I have even been calling out for God to help me!!!!!!!!!!<br> - I lived at Twin Pines apartments 9 years consecutive, and lived 10 years consecutively before that at the J St. apts in Davis. I have been 4 more times in the emergency room since the extermination started due to high chemical toxicity levels that have triggered my asthma attacks, and my breathing completely closed off when night, when I had to call an ambulance. California laws state only one spraying a month is allowed. JBM, sprayed 3 times in one month. To save his own reputation, now he is calling in a bedbug dog inspection this next Monday from Folsom. Visual inspections are only 30-35% accurate.<br> - This is true to the best of my knowledge, Maureen Turner<br> - P.S. As a former RedCross National Disaster Volunteer for Hurricane Katrina/Rita I hereby declare this a local disaster, an inhumane case of discrimination, a violation of health codes, severe elder abuse, elder neglect, housing discrimination, and severely in violation of American Disabilities Act.<br> - --["Users/deals911"]<br> - ------<br> - ''2013-02-01 19:31:26'' [[nbsp]] I have been treated like a bedbug by John Berkley Management. and Twin Pines Management. I have been a resident of twin pines apartments for almost 10 years. I reported a bedbug problem last august. I was moved out first time for extermination to a hotel, which also had bedbugs, University park Inn, in # 125. I moved back in to my apartment, was bit again. I was told to move out again, Dan Morris of John Berkley now wearing sunglasses could make no eye contact. He lied to me in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and another employee that they would pay me back for hotel money, and p/diem later. A friend of mine at Moore Village Apartments whom was inspected for bedbugs while I was moved out a 2nd time was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Inn, as a result of my telling them they should inspect her place too, as I had been there. We both worked as R&amp;R consignment store, I as a volunteer, and her a paid employee, which is also is a possible source of the bedbugs, since we both were buying clothes, and items from there. I say this, because I volunteered there for years sorting donations, and happen to know the clothing is not washed by R&amp;R, it is just visually inspected to appear to be clean. Bedbug eggs, and bedbug children are invisible to the human eye, only adults are visible to the human eye. Moore Village also, had a bedbug problem found as a result of my telling Dan Morris they should also, inspect a friend of mine there. The one person I had been visiting the most, Christina of Twin Pines, whom had given me her vacuum before I had discovered this bedbug problem, has never to this day had her place inspected for bedbugs, and now she is moving to the new "New Harmony" complex as I type this. I was retaliated against by John Berkley for telling neighbors about the bedbug problems, when if they were ethical they would have inspected everyone for bedbugs, especially my adjoining neighbors.<br> - Dan Morris acted indign<br> - -----<br> - ''2013-02-01 22:31:26'' [[nbsp]] I was not paid back, only paid back $218 for new clothes, I was told to buy. I am 61, and went on permanent disability the previous year, and had been in the emergency rooms 14 times 2012 prior to the bedbug treatments, and have been at least five more times now since treatments for bedbugs. They John Berkley used North American Termite &amp; pest control that used Nuvan Strips in an illegal fashion, and beyond the time allowed to be used. As well it appears the management of Twin Pines, or Dan Morris had maintenance reenter a 3rd time to spray illegally without any notice on the door, and left the actual pest control spray in the apartment that the tax payer monies were wasted to have the fire dept remove the unknown chemical, and tell the manager, Lydia Johnson to put in the maintenance shed. I was accused that maybe the bedbugs came from my recent amtrak trip. The infestation was so severe, it could not have possibly have happenned in one week, and more likely occurred the previous January, 2012 when 4 apartments upstairs including mine were moved into hotels for the entire patios had completely rotted with woodrot, including the beams. I because, I was so distraught, and disgusted that I was lied to about that I would be refunded for the 2nd hotel stays for extermination gave a 30 days notice to move out, and rented a storage locker. When I moved in here 10 years ago, I was a storage manager. Now, I am on permanent disability, and am not even in charge of my money, I didn't have money to move. Next thing I know, 2 days after the fire dept. I am offered, $3,200 on Halloween 2012, if I move out the next day. Who can move in one day? The next day, I get another letter from their attorney being offered a lesser amount more threatening, demanding I move, offering less money, now saying they are reducing the offer, minus the October rent. Well thankyou, thankyou, these two letters enabled me to get an attorney. This has been a total nightmare! I gave 30 days notice, because I was angry that I was lied to, about that I would be paid back hotel money when I was ordered out for a 2nd extermination. However, I didn’t realize the discrimination I would be facing, now that I was no longer working, and was now on at age 61 on permanent disability no longer able to show my income is 2-3 times greater than my rent. So, I was forced to get an attorney to avoid becoming homeless. This is true to the best of my knowledge, MaureenTurner<br> - --["Users/foreveryoung"]</span> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-20 14:54:09PeteBrestored more <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 28: </td> <td> Line 28: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ <br> + ''2012-10-25 22:34:53'' [[nbsp]] I would not recommend this place to anyone unless it was for a financial necessity. The Manager runs hot and cold depending on whether or not she needs something from you. Everyone not only knows your business, they feel obligated to be up in it as community involvement is a requirement here. There are several apartment lifer's who let their children run wild. Several of my neighbors have been the victim's of verbal abuse, property vandalism, keyed cars, and theft yet management does nothing about and the police hands are tied. At night you can hear your neighbors snore not to mention the lady screaming at her kids. The rent is not that much cheaper than a unit downtown and definitely not worth the headache. There is a small pool on site monopolized by several units with their kids running wild, failing to look for others before jumping in or splashing, and the real show comes when they jump from the fence into the pool. You have to be careful driving through the parking lot, it is not uncommon for small children to run in front of your moving car. There is a large tv in the community room that does not work, the chairs that are not broken have been puked on and not cleaned thuroughly, the printer is out of ink when you need it, and if you reserve the community room on the public board others feel free to replace themselves in the slot. There are units being treated for bedbugs. A couple folks are good people, the principal of the mutual housing is awesome but not implemented properly here. The maintenance is on point and finally the location is cool. Good luck to the next tenants! --["Users/NetworkVirus"]<br> + ------<br> + ''2012-10-28 20:57:30'' [[nbsp]] i heard that an apartment in Twin Pines had a major bedbug infestation, I am really worried that they are not inspecting all the apartments here for bedbugs. I have kids. The property management company, John Berkeley Management has a reputation for hiring the cheapest contractors they can to fix maintenance problems. When they hired contractors to replace the patios when they when they rotted, they hired the first crew in the summer of 2001, they didn't even have permits. They had to redo the stucco, and start again later when they had a crew that had the proper permits. That project went on for over 6 months, then after a tenant complained that one of their grandchildren tripped, because they were actually sawing directly in front of her door, they finally moved all the tenants into hotels, because they were afraid of a lawsuit. That poor woman whom her child tripped had stage four lung cancer, Lupe Arrondo, whom has since deceased had to put up with over 6 months of sawing, banging, so loud I was told it felt like an earthquake sometimes. This was all done while she was going through chemotherapy. She wasn't moved out until the access had to be blocked off to actually replace the concrete on the patios. Then she was moved back in to her apartment, to hear alot more sawing, and banging because there was still more work to do. This apartment complex is owned by the City of Davis, Hud provides the financing, and Neighborworks are also partial owners.<br> + I feel treated like a cockroach here. I heard the resident with the bedbug problem is on disability, and the property management, manager, Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management made her move to hotels without giving her money to sleep in a hotel. Another tenant found her sleeping in the community room, # 13, and let her sleep in her room when they found out she was told to leave her apartment when her rent was paid, and she didn't have money for hotel, because her son is in charge of her money for disability, and she couldn't get ahold of him.<br> + I have lived in Section 8 apartments before, but, never had slumlords like this before. The manager actually doesn't seem to be responsible for any of this, the property management company, has a guy named Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of all the big maintenance projects, pest control, resident problems, etc. I am not happy here at all. None of residents here seem to like Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management. There are some mediation problems here that Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of. He is is supposed to resolve problems between residents. But, no one involved seems to be satisfied, because no results came from it. All parties feel threatened by Dan Morris, residents feel harassed by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management. I wouldn't recommend any family’s move in here, as residents are treated by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management as second class citizens. This is true to the best of my knowledge. Respectfully, resident twin pines.<br> + --["Users/deals911"]<br> + ------<br> + ''2013-01-04 21:57:58'' [[nbsp]] I am a resident of Twin Pines Apartments. In August 2012, I reported a bedbug infestation to management, Lydia Johnson. She promptly had a pest control company called North American Termite &amp; Pest Control confirm I had bedbugs. The first time I was told to move out to hotels, Dan Morris of JBM was polite, and arranged a hotel, and offered a per diem. There was a problem however, the hotel they put me in, University Park Inn, had bedbugs in the first room I was booked in, # 125. I knew this from the black streaks on the side of the mattress, which is caused by a chemical used to test for bedbugs. You can buy this chemical on the internet. I didn't discover this until the next A.M. after I was bitten. I was bleeding from 3 places on my leg while I was in my Spanish class at Sac City College. Bleeding usually doesn't normally occur except with full-fledged adult bedbugs, the babies, and children are microscopic. I complained to the front desk clerk of the University Park Inn, about I found exoskeleton brown fragments in the seams of the mattress of room # 125. He said, "Oh, that is flowers, the maid must have put that there, I will talk to her about why." I argued, but it fell on deaf ears. I did request a change of room, and I was put in room # 123.<br> + Interestingly later, when I was in an upgraded King room, I paid the difference of to be transferred to; I was talking in the breakfast room on my cellphone with a friend about my bedbug problem. A woman, whom was a newly graduated Registered Nurse from American River College, was now staying in room # 123. She, her husband, and children were staying in the hotel for the same reason, their apartment near American River college had a bedbug, and beetle infestation. They too, had major PTSD about the whole experience, and decided not to return to the apartment realizing how difficult it is to get rid of bedbugs permanently without the heat treatment which her landlord didn't want to pay for either, just the spraying. She, and her family were moving to Davis, as she just got hired at Sutter Davis Hospital, her first job.<br> + I have been treated absolutely like dirt, like a bedbug by Dan Morris, and Josh Berkley of JBM when they had to spray a second time for bedbugs. I was promised by Dan Morris of JBM in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and a 3rd party that this time I would have to pay the hotel, and buy new clothes. I was told I would be refunded later for hotel, p/diem of $51 p/day, and the clothes. I am 61 years old, and after 14 emergency room visits this year for severe migraine headaches, lung, and cardiac problems including ambulance defibrillation in March 2012 I went on Permanent Disability. That was part of my Permanent Disability Back Pay that was used to pay for the hotels, food, taxis, clothes, etc. I complained to Josh Berkley that Dan Morris that he put in charge of the pest control project didn't return my hotel money, p/diem that was promised. He bitched about having to pay for my clothes to be sent through the dry cleaners, and his final words were, "They are your bedbugs". My ambulance, emergency room visits all started this year, when me, and four other upstairs apartments were moved into hotels when the patios concrete surface was replaced. The first hotel I was put in, the Comfort Suite Hotel, the second hotel was the first time, this long series of emergency room visits started. The second hotel I stayed in, La Quinta Hotel, I later found, had, had a severe infestation on the 3rd floor whereby the room was left vacant for four months while the bedbug infestation was handled, even the walls drilled into. The etiquette for hotel managers/owners is never tell the public about bedbug infestations as it causes a panic, and financial loss.<br> + Lydia Johnson, Manager of Twin Pines Apartments said I probably brought the bedbugs from my recent Amtrak trip. Considering, the several feet long of bedbug poop in the seams of my Egglanders' Best Mattress I finally discovered one week after my Amtrak trip, it is highly unlikely an infestation that extreme could occur in one week.<br> + My apartment was illegally entered a 3rd time for extermination, with no notification on my door. This is witnessed by our fine Davis Fire Dept. whom removed the chemical like a 911 Hazardous Waste Removal, in the tall 3 foot canister, with hose, and no label of what was the chemical. Thank your Davis Fire Dept. you are my heroes! The management apparently didn't know I had moved back in, due to I had run out of hotel money. There were illegal "nuvon prostrips hanging" everywhere in my apartment. These are meant to be for agricultural use, or in residences when the person is expected to live there less than 4 hours p/day, and only in storage areas, such as closets. I tried to sleep there the week prior one night, and had an asthma attack, and panic attack in the middle of the night, and again went to the emergency room for treatment. I also, have a sleep disorder, called sleep apnea, and have to sleep with a CPAP machine, in addition to having asthma. JBM knew I had already been in emergency rooms 14 times prior to treatments. A heat treatment could have been done, as well as there are other environmentally friendly products available such as through Dixons Bugman Pest Control whom normally contracts for a full year with Property Management companies to treat monthly. Josh Berkley and Dan Morris acted like I was a criminal that they had to spray a second time. I told Dan Morris when they treated the first time that Western Exterminator said, you need to tent the apartment, and use heat treatment in addition to the spraying. Bottom line is, "whatever is cheapest" is what Josh Berkley management approves. These are "tax credit Units" paid for in part by tax payer monies, many people here are on disability for mental, and or physical disabilities.<br> + While I was in a cheap hotel in Woodland, because that is all I could afford, my friend, Kirsten of the Moore Village Apartments was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Hotel. Her apartment was found to be more infested with bedbugs than mine. They inspected her apartment, because I suggested it, since I had been visiting her place. Bedbugs has nothing to do with cleanliness, her place was immaculate. Blood, is blood, is blood, all blood is good to bedbug parasites. What was in common to us both was she works at R&amp;R consignment store, and I was volunteering there on Saturdays until it was discovered I had a bedbug problem. I question, are all clothes sold at R&amp;R laundered in only the hottest water cycles, and hottest dryer cycles only. I happen to know from years of sorting donations in prior years to go to the R&amp;R thrift store, or to be put on the floor, that, that is not the case. Both myself, and Kirsten could have innocently brought the bedbugs, or bedbug eggs home purchasing items from R&amp;R consignment, and thrift stores. I fully believe in R&amp;R, however, like any other thrift store in Davis this should be regulated.<br> + However, since the budget was cut, according to the Davis City Hall Code Enforcement Office, the position of "public health Officer" no longer exists. I know this is true, because I made complaints of the University Park Inn, and my phone calls were not even returned. I had to find this out in person. So, is Davis now going to be in alignment with New York City, and San Francisco to become the next highest on the list for a bedbug epidemic? I find this ironic in a city, supposed to be the second most educated city in the United States! Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Isn't that something! My hat is off to the Republicans! Congratulations, you cut the budget so good, we have no public health officer anymore to regulate any businesses, hotels, thrift stores, restaurants, consignment stores, no one! Well the bedbugs will be well fed this year! By the way, bedbugs love people whom are sick, low immune systems, and people whom eat lots of sugar. So, eat your Wheaties, eat less candy, exercise like crazy, toss the humidifiers, and vacuum regularly, that is your best protection. And, toss luggage before returning from hotels to your homes. Unfortunately I only did all this research after the bedbug problem.<br> + I have an attorney to fight the JBM retaliatory eviction, Harry Roth, whom was kind enough to take my case on contingency. I had given a 30 day notice when I was mad that I was not refunded my hotel/p/diem monies. When I moved in to Twin Pines Apartments I was a storage Manager for Central Storage, and my income qualified. Now, most managers’ say I do not qualify due I can't show 2-3 times the rent in income. I am one of the few people at Twin Pines not on Section 8. I am on the waiting list for 1 &amp; 1/2 years.<br> + I am extremely depressed, and stressed to the absolute maximum the way JBM has treated me like a bedbug. I have been rejected by most of my neighbors, most friends, and even some family; there is such a stigmatism, and fear of bedbugs. I feel like a Leper on the island of Molokai, Hawaii! I have even been calling out for God to help me!!!!!!!!!!<br> + I lived at Twin Pines apartments 9 years consecutive, and lived 10 years consecutively before that at the J St. apts in Davis. I have been 4 more times in the emergency room since the extermination started due to high chemical toxicity levels that have triggered my asthma attacks, and my breathing completely closed off when night, when I had to call an ambulance. California laws state only one spraying a month is allowed. JBM, sprayed 3 times in one month. To save his own reputation, now he is calling in a bedbug dog inspection this next Monday from Folsom. Visual inspections are only 30-35% accurate.<br> + This is true to the best of my knowledge, Maureen Turner<br> + P.S. As a former RedCross National Disaster Volunteer for Hurricane Katrina/Rita I hereby declare this a local disaster, an inhumane case of discrimination, a violation of health codes, severe elder abuse, elder neglect, housing discrimination, and severely in violation of American Disabilities Act.<br> + --["Users/deals911"]<br> + ------<br> + ''2013-02-01 19:31:26'' [[nbsp]] I have been treated like a bedbug by John Berkley Management. and Twin Pines Management. I have been a resident of twin pines apartments for almost 10 years. I reported a bedbug problem last august. I was moved out first time for extermination to a hotel, which also had bedbugs, University park Inn, in # 125. I moved back in to my apartment, was bit again. I was told to move out again, Dan Morris of John Berkley now wearing sunglasses could make no eye contact. He lied to me in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and another employee that they would pay me back for hotel money, and p/diem later. A friend of mine at Moore Village Apartments whom was inspected for bedbugs while I was moved out a 2nd time was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Inn, as a result of my telling them they should inspect her place too, as I had been there. We both worked as R&amp;R consignment store, I as a volunteer, and her a paid employee, which is also is a possible source of the bedbugs, since we both were buying clothes, and items from there. I say this, because I volunteered there for years sorting donations, and happen to know the clothing is not washed by R&amp;R, it is just visually inspected to appear to be clean. Bedbug eggs, and bedbug children are invisible to the human eye, only adults are visible to the human eye. Moore Village also, had a bedbug problem found as a result of my telling Dan Morris they should also, inspect a friend of mine there. The one person I had been visiting the most, Christina of Twin Pines, whom had given me her vacuum before I had discovered this bedbug problem, has never to this day had her place inspected for bedbugs, and now she is moving to the new "New Harmony" complex as I type this. I was retaliated against by John Berkley for telling neighbors about the bedbug problems, when if they were ethical they would have inspected everyone for bedbugs, especially my adjoining neighbors.<br> + Dan Morris acted indign<br> + -----<br> + ''2013-02-01 22:31:26'' [[nbsp]] I was not paid back, only paid back $218 for new clothes, I was told to buy. I am 61, and went on permanent disability the previous year, and had been in the emergency rooms 14 times 2012 prior to the bedbug treatments, and have been at least five more times now since treatments for bedbugs. They John Berkley used North American Termite &amp; pest control that used Nuvan Strips in an illegal fashion, and beyond the time allowed to be used. As well it appears the management of Twin Pines, or Dan Morris had maintenance reenter a 3rd time to spray illegally without any notice on the door, and left the actual pest control spray in the apartment that the tax payer monies were wasted to have the fire dept remove the unknown chemical, and tell the manager, Lydia Johnson to put in the maintenance shed. I was accused that maybe the bedbugs came from my recent amtrak trip. The infestation was so severe, it could not have possibly have happenned in one week, and more likely occurred the previous January, 2012 when 4 apartments upstairs including mine were moved into hotels for the entire patios had completely rotted with woodrot, including the beams. I because, I was so distraught, and disgusted that I was lied to about that I would be refunded for the 2nd hotel stays for extermination gave a 30 days notice to move out, and rented a storage locker. When I moved in here 10 years ago, I was a storage manager. Now, I am on permanent disability, and am not even in charge of my money, I didn't have money to move. Next thing I know, 2 days after the fire dept. I am offered, $3,200 on Halloween 2012, if I move out the next day. Who can move in one day? The next day, I get another letter from their attorney being offered a lesser amount more threatening, demanding I move, offering less money, now saying they are reducing the offer, minus the October rent. Well thankyou, thankyou, these two letters enabled me to get an attorney. This has been a total nightmare! I gave 30 days notice, because I was angry that I was lied to, about that I would be paid back hotel money when I was ordered out for a 2nd extermination. However, I didn’t realize the discrimination I would be facing, now that I was no longer working, and was now on at age 61 on permanent disability no longer able to show my income is 2-3 times greater than my rent. So, I was forced to get an attorney to avoid becoming homeless. This is true to the best of my knowledge, MaureenTurner<br> + --["Users/foreveryoung"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-20 14:08:01CovertProfessorrestoring deleted comment that was not made by deals911 <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 27: </td> <td> Line 27: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- ''2012-10-28 20:57:30'' [[nbsp]] i heard it through the grapevine that management is good.------<br> - ''2013-02-01 19:31:26'' [[nbsp]]</span> </td> <td> <span>+ ''2012-10-25 22:34:53'' [[nbsp]] I would not recommend this place to anyone unless it was for a financial necessity. The Manager runs hot and cold depending on whether or not she needs something from you. Everyone not only knows your business, they feel obligated to be up in it as community involvement is a requirement here. There are several apartment lifer's who let their children run wild. Several of my neighbors have been the victim's of verbal abuse, property vandalism, keyed cars, and theft yet management does nothing about and the police hands are tied. At night you can hear your neighbors snore not to mention the lady screaming at her kids. The rent is not that much cheaper than a unit downtown and definitely not worth the headache. There is a small pool on site monopolized by several units with their kids running wild, failing to look for others before jumping in or splashing, and the real show comes when they jump from the fence into the pool. You have to be careful driving through the parking lot, it is not uncommon for small children to run in front of your moving car. There is a large tv in the community room that does not work, the chairs that are not broken have been puked on and not cleaned thuroughly, the printer is out of ink when you need it, and if you reserve the community room on the public board others feel free to replace themselves in the slot. There are units being treated for bedbugs. A couple folks are good people, the principal of the mutual housing is awesome but not implemented properly here. The maintenance is on point and finally the location is cool. Good luck to the next tenants! --["Users/NetworkVirus"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-20 13:47:48deals911 <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 27: </td> <td> Line 27: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>- ''2012-10-25 22:34:53'' [[nbsp]] I would not recommend this place to anyone unless it was for a financial necessity. The Manager runs hot and cold depending on whether or not she needs something from you. Everyone not only knows your business, they feel obligated to be up in it as community involvement is a requirement here. There are several apartment lifer's who let their children run wild. Several of my neighbors have been the victim's of verbal abuse, property vandalism, keyed cars, and theft yet management does nothing about and the police hands are tied. At night you can hear your neighbors snore not to mention the lady screaming at her kids. The rent is not that much cheaper than a unit downtown and definitely not worth the headache. There is a small pool on site monopolized by several units with their kids running wild, failing to look for others before jumping in or splashing, and the real show comes when they jump from the fence into the pool. You have to be careful driving through the parking lot, it is not uncommon for small children to run in front of your moving car. There is a large tv in the community room that does not work, the chairs that are not broken have been puked on and not cleaned thuroughly, the printer is out of ink when you need it, and if you reserve the community room on the public board others feel free to replace themselves in the slot. There are units being treated for bedbugs. A couple folks are good people, the principal of the mutual housing is awesome but not implemented properly here. The maintenance is on point and finally the location is cool. Good luck to the next tenants! --["Users/NetworkVirus"]<br> - ------<br> - ''2012-10-28 20:57:30'' [[nbsp]] i heard that an apartment in Twin Pines had a major bedbug infestation, I am really worried that they are not inspecting all the apartments here for bedbugs. I have kids. The property management company, John Berkeley Management has a reputation for hiring the cheapest contractors they can to fix maintenance problems. When they hired contractors to replace the patios when they when they rotted, they hired the first crew in the summer of 2001, they didn't even have permits. They had to redo the stucco, and start again later when they had a crew that had the proper permits. That project went on for over 6 months, then after a tenant complained that one of their grandchildren tripped, because they were actually sawing directly in front of her door, they finally moved all the tenants into hotels, because they were afraid of a lawsuit. That poor woman whom her child tripped had stage four lung cancer, Lupe Arrondo, whom has since deceased had to put up with over 6 months of sawing, banging, so loud I was told it felt like an earthquake sometimes. This was all done while she was going through chemotherapy. She wasn't moved out until the access had to be blocked off to actually replace the concrete on the patios. Then she was moved back in to her apartment, to hear alot more sawing, and banging because there was still more work to do. This apartment complex is owned by the City of Davis, Hud provides the financing, and Neighborworks are also partial owners.<br> - I feel treated like a cockroach here. I heard the resident with the bedbug problem is on disability, and the property management, manager, Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management made her move to hotels without giving her money to sleep in a hotel. Another tenant found her sleeping in the community room, # 13, and let her sleep in her room when they found out she was told to leave her apartment when her rent was paid, and she didn't have money for hotel, because her son is in charge of her money for disability, and she couldn't get ahold of him.<br> - I have lived in Section 8 apartments before, but, never had slumlords like this before. The manager actually doesn't seem to be responsible for any of this, the property management company, has a guy named Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of all the big maintenance projects, pest control, resident problems, etc. I am not happy here at all. None of residents here seem to like Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management. There are some mediation problems here that Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of. He is is supposed to resolve problems between residents. But, no one involved seems to be satisfied, because no results came from it. All parties feel threatened by Dan Morris, residents feel harassed by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management. I wouldn't recommend any family’s move in here, as residents are treated by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management as second class citizens. This is true to the best of my knowledge. Respectfully, resident twin pines.<br> - --["Users/deals911"]<br> - ------<br> - ''2013-01-04 21:57:58'' [[nbsp]] I am a resident of Twin Pines Apartments. In August 2012, I reported a bedbug infestation to management, Lydia Johnson. She promptly had a pest control company called North American Termite &amp; Pest Control confirm I had bedbugs. The first time I was told to move out to hotels, Dan Morris of JBM was polite, and arranged a hotel, and offered a per diem. There was a problem however, the hotel they put me in, University Park Inn, had bedbugs in the first room I was booked in, # 125. I knew this from the black streaks on the side of the mattress, which is caused by a chemical used to test for bedbugs. You can buy this chemical on the internet. I didn't discover this until the next A.M. after I was bitten. I was bleeding from 3 places on my leg while I was in my Spanish class at Sac City College. Bleeding usually doesn't normally occur except with full-fledged adult bedbugs, the babies, and children are microscopic. I complained to the front desk clerk of the University Park Inn, about I found exoskeleton brown fragments in the seams of the mattress of room # 125. He said, "Oh, that is flowers, the maid must have put that there, I will talk to her about why." I argued, but it fell on deaf ears. I did request a change of room, and I was put in room # 123.<br> - Interestingly later, when I was in an upgraded King room, I paid the difference of to be transferred to; I was talking in the breakfast room on my cellphone with a friend about my bedbug problem. A woman, whom was a newly graduated Registered Nurse from American River College, was now staying in room # 123. She, her husband, and children were staying in the hotel for the same reason, their apartment near American River college had a bedbug, and beetle infestation. They too, had major PTSD about the whole experience, and decided not to return to the apartment realizing how difficult it is to get rid of bedbugs permanently without the heat treatment which her landlord didn't want to pay for either, just the spraying. She, and her family were moving to Davis, as she just got hired at Sutter Davis Hospital, her first job.<br> - I have been treated absolutely like dirt, like a bedbug by Dan Morris, and Josh Berkley of JBM when they had to spray a second time for bedbugs. I was promised by Dan Morris of JBM in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and a 3rd party that this time I would have to pay the hotel, and buy new clothes. I was told I would be refunded later for hotel, p/diem of $51 p/day, and the clothes. I am 61 years old, and after 14 emergency room visits this year for severe migraine headaches, lung, and cardiac problems including ambulance defibrillation in March 2012 I went on Permanent Disability. That was part of my Permanent Disability Back Pay that was used to pay for the hotels, food, taxis, clothes, etc. I complained to Josh Berkley that Dan Morris that he put in charge of the pest control project didn't return my hotel money, p/diem that was promised. He bitched about having to pay for my clothes to be sent through the dry cleaners, and his final words were, "They are your bedbugs". My ambulance, emergency room visits all started this year, when me, and four other upstairs apartments were moved into hotels when the patios concrete surface was replaced. The first hotel I was put in, the Comfort Suite Hotel, the second hotel was the first time, this long series of emergency room visits started. The second hotel I stayed in, La Quinta Hotel, I later found, had, had a severe infestation on the 3rd floor whereby the room was left vacant for four months while the bedbug infestation was handled, even the walls drilled into. The etiquette for hotel managers/owners is never tell the public about bedbug infestations as it causes a panic, and financial loss.<br> - Lydia Johnson, Manager of Twin Pines Apartments said I probably brought the bedbugs from my recent Amtrak trip. Considering, the several feet long of bedbug poop in the seams of my Egglanders' Best Mattress I finally discovered one week after my Amtrak trip, it is highly unlikely an infestation that extreme could occur in one week.<br> - My apartment was illegally entered a 3rd time for extermination, with no notification on my door. This is witnessed by our fine Davis Fire Dept. whom removed the chemical like a 911 Hazardous Waste Removal, in the tall 3 foot canister, with hose, and no label of what was the chemical. Thank your Davis Fire Dept. you are my heroes! The management apparently didn't know I had moved back in, due to I had run out of hotel money. There were illegal "nuvon prostrips hanging" everywhere in my apartment. These are meant to be for agricultural use, or in residences when the person is expected to live there less than 4 hours p/day, and only in storage areas, such as closets. I tried to sleep there the week prior one night, and had an asthma attack, and panic attack in the middle of the night, and again went to the emergency room for treatment. I also, have a sleep disorder, called sleep apnea, and have to sleep with a CPAP machine, in addition to having asthma. JBM knew I had already been in emergency rooms 14 times prior to treatments. A heat treatment could have been done, as well as there are other environmentally friendly products available such as through Dixons Bugman Pest Control whom normally contracts for a full year with Property Management companies to treat monthly. Josh Berkley and Dan Morris acted like I was a criminal that they had to spray a second time. I told Dan Morris when they treated the first time that Western Exterminator said, you need to tent the apartment, and use heat treatment in addition to the spraying. Bottom line is, "whatever is cheapest" is what Josh Berkley management approves. These are "tax credit Units" paid for in part by tax payer monies, many people here are on disability for mental, and or physical disabilities.<br> - While I was in a cheap hotel in Woodland, because that is all I could afford, my friend, Kirsten of the Moore Village Apartments was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Hotel. Her apartment was found to be more infested with bedbugs than mine. They inspected her apartment, because I suggested it, since I had been visiting her place. Bedbugs has nothing to do with cleanliness, her place was immaculate. Blood, is blood, is blood, all blood is good to bedbug parasites. What was in common to us both was she works at R&amp;R consignment store, and I was volunteering there on Saturdays until it was discovered I had a bedbug problem. I question, are all clothes sold at R&amp;R laundered in only the hottest water cycles, and hottest dryer cycles only. I happen to know from years of sorting donations in prior years to go to the R&amp;R thrift store, or to be put on the floor, that, that is not the case. Both myself, and Kirsten could have innocently brought the bedbugs, or bedbug eggs home purchasing items from R&amp;R consignment, and thrift stores. I fully believe in R&amp;R, however, like any other thrift store in Davis this should be regulated.<br> - However, since the budget was cut, according to the Davis City Hall Code Enforcement Office, the position of "public health Officer" no longer exists. I know this is true, because I made complaints of the University Park Inn, and my phone calls were not even returned. I had to find this out in person. So, is Davis now going to be in alignment with New York City, and San Francisco to become the next highest on the list for a bedbug epidemic? I find this ironic in a city, supposed to be the second most educated city in the United States! Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Isn't that something! My hat is off to the Republicans! Congratulations, you cut the budget so good, we have no public health officer anymore to regulate any businesses, hotels, thrift stores, restaurants, consignment stores, no one! Well the bedbugs will be well fed this year! By the way, bedbugs love people whom are sick, low immune systems, and people whom eat lots of sugar. So, eat your Wheaties, eat less candy, exercise like crazy, toss the humidifiers, and vacuum regularly, that is your best protection. And, toss luggage before returning from hotels to your homes. Unfortunately I only did all this research after the bedbug problem.<br> - I have an attorney to fight the JBM retaliatory eviction, Harry Roth, whom was kind enough to take my case on contingency. I had given a 30 day notice when I was mad that I was not refunded my hotel/p/diem monies. When I moved in to Twin Pines Apartments I was a storage Manager for Central Storage, and my income qualified. Now, most managers’ say I do not qualify due I can't show 2-3 times the rent in income. I am one of the few people at Twin Pines not on Section 8. I am on the waiting list for 1 &amp; 1/2 years.<br> - I am extremely depressed, and stressed to the absolute maximum the way JBM has treated me like a bedbug. I have been rejected by most of my neighbors, most friends, and even some family; there is such a stigmatism, and fear of bedbugs. I feel like a Leper on the island of Molokai, Hawaii! I have even been calling out for God to help me!!!!!!!!!!<br> - I lived at Twin Pines apartments 9 years consecutive, and lived 10 years consecutively before that at the J St. apts in Davis. I have been 4 more times in the emergency room since the extermination started due to high chemical toxicity levels that have triggered my asthma attacks, and my breathing completely closed off when night, when I had to call an ambulance. California laws state only one spraying a month is allowed. JBM, sprayed 3 times in one month. To save his own reputation, now he is calling in a bedbug dog inspection this next Monday from Folsom. Visual inspections are only 30-35% accurate.<br> - This is true to the best of my knowledge, Maureen Turner<br> - P.S. As a former RedCross National Disaster Volunteer for Hurricane Katrina/Rita I hereby declare this a local disaster, an inhumane case of discrimination, a violation of health codes, severe elder abuse, elder neglect, housing discrimination, and severely in violation of American Disabilities Act.<br> - --["Users/deals911"]<br> - ------<br> - ''2013-02-01 19:31:26'' [[nbsp]] I have been treated like a bedbug by John Berkley Management. and Twin Pines Management. I have been a resident of twin pines apartments for almost 10 years. I reported a bedbug problem last august. I was moved out first time for extermination to a hotel, which also had bedbugs, University park Inn, in # 125. I moved back in to my apartment, was bit again. I was told to move out again, Dan Morris of John Berkley now wearing sunglasses could make no eye contact. He lied to me in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and another employee that they would pay me back for hotel money, and p/diem later. A friend of mine at Moore Village Apartments whom was inspected for bedbugs while I was moved out a 2nd time was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Inn, as a result of my telling them they should inspect her place too, as I had been there. We both worked as R&amp;R consignment store, I as a volunteer, and her a paid employee, which is also is a possible source of the bedbugs, since we both were buying clothes, and items from there. I say this, because I volunteered there for years sorting donations, and happen to know the clothing is not washed by R&amp;R, it is just visually inspected to appear to be clean. Bedbug eggs, and bedbug children are invisible to the human eye, only adults are visible to the human eye. Moore Village also, had a bedbug problem found as a result of my telling Dan Morris they should also, inspect a friend of mine there. The one person I had been visiting the most, Christina of Twin Pines, whom had given me her vacuum before I had discovered this bedbug problem, has never to this day had her place inspected for bedbugs, and now she is moving to the new "New Harmony" complex as I type this. I was retaliated against by John Berkley for telling neighbors about the bedbug problems, when if they were ethical they would have inspected everyone for bedbugs, especially my adjoining neighbors.<br> - Dan Morris acted indign<br> - I was not paid back, only paid back $218 for new clothes, I was told to buy. I am 61, and went on permanent disability the previous year, and had been in the emergency rooms 14 times 2012 prior to the bedbug treatments, and have been at least five more times now since treatments for bedbugs. They John Berkley used North American Termite &amp; pest control that used Nuvan Strips in an illegal fashion, and beyond the time allowed to be used. As well it appears the management of Twin Pines, or Dan Morris had maintenance reenter a 3rd time to spray illegally without any notice on the door, and left the actual pest control spray in the apartment that the tax payer monies were wasted to have the fire dept remove the unknown chemical, and tell the manager, Lydia Johnson to put in the maintenance shed. I was accused that maybe the bedbugs came from my recent amtrak trip. The infestation was so severe, it could not have possibly have happenned in one week, and more likely occurred the previous January, 2012 when 4 apartments upstairs including mine were moved into hotels for the entire patios had completely rotted with woodrot, including the beams. I because, I was so distraught, and disgusted that I was lied to about that I would be refunded for the 2nd hotel stays for extermination gave a 30 days notice to move out, and rented a storage locker. When I moved in here 10 years ago, I was a storage manager. Now, I am on permanent disability, and am not even in charge of my money, I didn't have money to move. Next thing I know, 2 days after the fire dept. I am offered, $3,200 on Halloween 2012, if I move out the next day. Who can move in one day? The next day, I get another letter from their attorney being offered a lesser amount more threatening, demanding I move, offering less money, now saying they are reducing the offer, minus the October rent. Well thankyou, thankyou, these two letters enabled me to get an attorney. This has been a total nightmare! I gave 30 days notice, because I was angry that I was lied to, about that I would be paid back hotel money when I was ordered out for a 2nd extermination. However, I didn’t realize the discrimination I would be facing, now that I was no longer working, and was now on at age 61 on permanent disability no longer able to show my income is 2-3 times greater than my rent. So, I was forced to get an attorney to avoid becoming homeless. This is true to the best of my knowledge, MaureenTurner<br> - --["Users/foreveryoung"]</span> </td> <td> <span>+ ''2012-10-28 20:57:30'' [[nbsp]] i heard it through the grapevine that management is good.------<br> + ''2013-02-01 19:31:26'' [[nbsp]]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-02-01 20:31:26foreveryoungComment added. <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 47: </td> <td> Line 47: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ------<br> + ''2013-02-01 19:31:26'' [[nbsp]] I have been treated like a bedbug by John Berkley Management. and Twin Pines Management. I have been a resident of twin pines apartments for almost 10 years. I reported a bedbug problem last august. I was moved out first time for extermination to a hotel, which also had bedbugs, University park Inn, in # 125. I moved back in to my apartment, was bit again. I was told to move out again, Dan Morris of John Berkley now wearing sunglasses could make no eye contact. He lied to me in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and another employee that they would pay me back for hotel money, and p/diem later. A friend of mine at Moore Village Apartments whom was inspected for bedbugs while I was moved out a 2nd time was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Inn, as a result of my telling them they should inspect her place too, as I had been there. We both worked as R&amp;R consignment store, I as a volunteer, and her a paid employee, which is also is a possible source of the bedbugs, since we both were buying clothes, and items from there. I say this, because I volunteered there for years sorting donations, and happen to know the clothing is not washed by R&amp;R, it is just visually inspected to appear to be clean. Bedbug eggs, and bedbug children are invisible to the human eye, only adults are visible to the human eye. Moore Village also, had a bedbug problem found as a result of my telling Dan Morris they should also, inspect a friend of mine there. The one person I had been visiting the most, Christina of Twin Pines, whom had given me her vacuum before I had discovered this bedbug problem, has never to this day had her place inspected for bedbugs, and now she is moving to the new "New Harmony" complex as I type this. I was retaliated against by John Berkley for telling neighbors about the bedbug problems, when if they were ethical they would have inspected everyone for bedbugs, especially my adjoining neighbors.<br> + Dan Morris acted indign<br> + I was not paid back, only paid back $218 for new clothes, I was told to buy. I am 61, and went on permanent disability the previous year, and had been in the emergency rooms 14 times 2012 prior to the bedbug treatments, and have been at least five more times now since treatments for bedbugs. They John Berkley used North American Termite &amp; pest control that used Nuvan Strips in an illegal fashion, and beyond the time allowed to be used. As well it appears the management of Twin Pines, or Dan Morris had maintenance reenter a 3rd time to spray illegally without any notice on the door, and left the actual pest control spray in the apartment that the tax payer monies were wasted to have the fire dept remove the unknown chemical, and tell the manager, Lydia Johnson to put in the maintenance shed. I was accused that maybe the bedbugs came from my recent amtrak trip. The infestation was so severe, it could not have possibly have happenned in one week, and more likely occurred the previous January, 2012 when 4 apartments upstairs including mine were moved into hotels for the entire patios had completely rotted with woodrot, including the beams. I because, I was so distraught, and disgusted that I was lied to about that I would be refunded for the 2nd hotel stays for extermination gave a 30 days notice to move out, and rented a storage locker. When I moved in here 10 years ago, I was a storage manager. Now, I am on permanent disability, and am not even in charge of my money, I didn't have money to move. Next thing I know, 2 days after the fire dept. I am offered, $3,200 on Halloween 2012, if I move out the next day. Who can move in one day? The next day, I get another letter from their attorney being offered a lesser amount more threatening, demanding I move, offering less money, now saying they are reducing the offer, minus the October rent. Well thankyou, thankyou, these two letters enabled me to get an attorney. This has been a total nightmare! I gave 30 days notice, because I was angry that I was lied to, about that I would be paid back hotel money when I was ordered out for a 2nd extermination. However, I didn’t realize the discrimination I would be facing, now that I was no longer working, and was now on at age 61 on permanent disability no longer able to show my income is 2-3 times greater than my rent. So, I was forced to get an attorney to avoid becoming homeless. This is true to the best of my knowledge, MaureenTurner<br> + --["Users/foreveryoung"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-01-05 00:39:28DougWalteradded MHC website <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 6: </td> <td> Line 6: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ||&lt;bgcolor='#E0E0FF'&gt;'''Website'''||<br> + ||http://www.mutualhousing.com/yolo-communities/twin-pines/||</span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 17: </td> <td> Line 19: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> Twin Pines was built on city<span>&nbsp;</span>dedicated land; State HOME funds, city housing funds, and redevelopment funds were all used to finance the construction of this community. </td> <td> <span>+</span> Twin Pines was built on city<span>-</span>dedicated land; State HOME funds, city housing funds, and redevelopment funds were all used to finance the construction of this community. </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2013-01-04 22:57:58deals911Comment added. <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 31: </td> <td> Line 31: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ------<br> + ''2013-01-04 21:57:58'' [[nbsp]] I am a resident of Twin Pines Apartments. In August 2012, I reported a bedbug infestation to management, Lydia Johnson. She promptly had a pest control company called North American Termite &amp; Pest Control confirm I had bedbugs. The first time I was told to move out to hotels, Dan Morris of JBM was polite, and arranged a hotel, and offered a per diem. There was a problem however, the hotel they put me in, University Park Inn, had bedbugs in the first room I was booked in, # 125. I knew this from the black streaks on the side of the mattress, which is caused by a chemical used to test for bedbugs. You can buy this chemical on the internet. I didn't discover this until the next A.M. after I was bitten. I was bleeding from 3 places on my leg while I was in my Spanish class at Sac City College. Bleeding usually doesn't normally occur except with full-fledged adult bedbugs, the babies, and children are microscopic. I complained to the front desk clerk of the University Park Inn, about I found exoskeleton brown fragments in the seams of the mattress of room # 125. He said, "Oh, that is flowers, the maid must have put that there, I will talk to her about why." I argued, but it fell on deaf ears. I did request a change of room, and I was put in room # 123.<br> + Interestingly later, when I was in an upgraded King room, I paid the difference of to be transferred to; I was talking in the breakfast room on my cellphone with a friend about my bedbug problem. A woman, whom was a newly graduated Registered Nurse from American River College, was now staying in room # 123. She, her husband, and children were staying in the hotel for the same reason, their apartment near American River college had a bedbug, and beetle infestation. They too, had major PTSD about the whole experience, and decided not to return to the apartment realizing how difficult it is to get rid of bedbugs permanently without the heat treatment which her landlord didn't want to pay for either, just the spraying. She, and her family were moving to Davis, as she just got hired at Sutter Davis Hospital, her first job.<br> + I have been treated absolutely like dirt, like a bedbug by Dan Morris, and Josh Berkley of JBM when they had to spray a second time for bedbugs. I was promised by Dan Morris of JBM in front of the manager, Lydia Johnson, and a 3rd party that this time I would have to pay the hotel, and buy new clothes. I was told I would be refunded later for hotel, p/diem of $51 p/day, and the clothes. I am 61 years old, and after 14 emergency room visits this year for severe migraine headaches, lung, and cardiac problems including ambulance defibrillation in March 2012 I went on Permanent Disability. That was part of my Permanent Disability Back Pay that was used to pay for the hotels, food, taxis, clothes, etc. I complained to Josh Berkley that Dan Morris that he put in charge of the pest control project didn't return my hotel money, p/diem that was promised. He bitched about having to pay for my clothes to be sent through the dry cleaners, and his final words were, "They are your bedbugs". My ambulance, emergency room visits all started this year, when me, and four other upstairs apartments were moved into hotels when the patios concrete surface was replaced. The first hotel I was put in, the Comfort Suite Hotel, the second hotel was the first time, this long series of emergency room visits started. The second hotel I stayed in, La Quinta Hotel, I later found, had, had a severe infestation on the 3rd floor whereby the room was left vacant for four months while the bedbug infestation was handled, even the walls drilled into. The etiquette for hotel managers/owners is never tell the public about bedbug infestations as it causes a panic, and financial loss.<br> + Lydia Johnson, Manager of Twin Pines Apartments said I probably brought the bedbugs from my recent Amtrak trip. Considering, the several feet long of bedbug poop in the seams of my Egglanders' Best Mattress I finally discovered one week after my Amtrak trip, it is highly unlikely an infestation that extreme could occur in one week.<br> + My apartment was illegally entered a 3rd time for extermination, with no notification on my door. This is witnessed by our fine Davis Fire Dept. whom removed the chemical like a 911 Hazardous Waste Removal, in the tall 3 foot canister, with hose, and no label of what was the chemical. Thank your Davis Fire Dept. you are my heroes! The management apparently didn't know I had moved back in, due to I had run out of hotel money. There were illegal "nuvon prostrips hanging" everywhere in my apartment. These are meant to be for agricultural use, or in residences when the person is expected to live there less than 4 hours p/day, and only in storage areas, such as closets. I tried to sleep there the week prior one night, and had an asthma attack, and panic attack in the middle of the night, and again went to the emergency room for treatment. I also, have a sleep disorder, called sleep apnea, and have to sleep with a CPAP machine, in addition to having asthma. JBM knew I had already been in emergency rooms 14 times prior to treatments. A heat treatment could have been done, as well as there are other environmentally friendly products available such as through Dixons Bugman Pest Control whom normally contracts for a full year with Property Management companies to treat monthly. Josh Berkley and Dan Morris acted like I was a criminal that they had to spray a second time. I told Dan Morris when they treated the first time that Western Exterminator said, you need to tent the apartment, and use heat treatment in addition to the spraying. Bottom line is, "whatever is cheapest" is what Josh Berkley management approves. These are "tax credit Units" paid for in part by tax payer monies, many people here are on disability for mental, and or physical disabilities.<br> + While I was in a cheap hotel in Woodland, because that is all I could afford, my friend, Kirsten of the Moore Village Apartments was put in a 3 star hotel, the Hampton Hotel. Her apartment was found to be more infested with bedbugs than mine. They inspected her apartment, because I suggested it, since I had been visiting her place. Bedbugs has nothing to do with cleanliness, her place was immaculate. Blood, is blood, is blood, all blood is good to bedbug parasites. What was in common to us both was she works at R&amp;R consignment store, and I was volunteering there on Saturdays until it was discovered I had a bedbug problem. I question, are all clothes sold at R&amp;R laundered in only the hottest water cycles, and hottest dryer cycles only. I happen to know from years of sorting donations in prior years to go to the R&amp;R thrift store, or to be put on the floor, that, that is not the case. Both myself, and Kirsten could have innocently brought the bedbugs, or bedbug eggs home purchasing items from R&amp;R consignment, and thrift stores. I fully believe in R&amp;R, however, like any other thrift store in Davis this should be regulated.<br> + However, since the budget was cut, according to the Davis City Hall Code Enforcement Office, the position of "public health Officer" no longer exists. I know this is true, because I made complaints of the University Park Inn, and my phone calls were not even returned. I had to find this out in person. So, is Davis now going to be in alignment with New York City, and San Francisco to become the next highest on the list for a bedbug epidemic? I find this ironic in a city, supposed to be the second most educated city in the United States! Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Isn't that something! My hat is off to the Republicans! Congratulations, you cut the budget so good, we have no public health officer anymore to regulate any businesses, hotels, thrift stores, restaurants, consignment stores, no one! Well the bedbugs will be well fed this year! By the way, bedbugs love people whom are sick, low immune systems, and people whom eat lots of sugar. So, eat your Wheaties, eat less candy, exercise like crazy, toss the humidifiers, and vacuum regularly, that is your best protection. And, toss luggage before returning from hotels to your homes. Unfortunately I only did all this research after the bedbug problem.<br> + I have an attorney to fight the JBM retaliatory eviction, Harry Roth, whom was kind enough to take my case on contingency. I had given a 30 day notice when I was mad that I was not refunded my hotel/p/diem monies. When I moved in to Twin Pines Apartments I was a storage Manager for Central Storage, and my income qualified. Now, most managers’ say I do not qualify due I can't show 2-3 times the rent in income. I am one of the few people at Twin Pines not on Section 8. I am on the waiting list for 1 &amp; 1/2 years.<br> + I am extremely depressed, and stressed to the absolute maximum the way JBM has treated me like a bedbug. I have been rejected by most of my neighbors, most friends, and even some family; there is such a stigmatism, and fear of bedbugs. I feel like a Leper on the island of Molokai, Hawaii! I have even been calling out for God to help me!!!!!!!!!!<br> + I lived at Twin Pines apartments 9 years consecutive, and lived 10 years consecutively before that at the J St. apts in Davis. I have been 4 more times in the emergency room since the extermination started due to high chemical toxicity levels that have triggered my asthma attacks, and my breathing completely closed off when night, when I had to call an ambulance. California laws state only one spraying a month is allowed. JBM, sprayed 3 times in one month. To save his own reputation, now he is calling in a bedbug dog inspection this next Monday from Folsom. Visual inspections are only 30-35% accurate.<br> + This is true to the best of my knowledge, Maureen Turner<br> + P.S. As a former RedCross National Disaster Volunteer for Hurricane Katrina/Rita I hereby declare this a local disaster, an inhumane case of discrimination, a violation of health codes, severe elder abuse, elder neglect, housing discrimination, and severely in violation of American Disabilities Act.<br> + --["Users/deals911"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2012-10-28 20:57:30deals911Comment added. <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 26: </td> <td> Line 26: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ------<br> + ''2012-10-28 20:57:30'' [[nbsp]] i heard that an apartment in Twin Pines had a major bedbug infestation, I am really worried that they are not inspecting all the apartments here for bedbugs. I have kids. The property management company, John Berkeley Management has a reputation for hiring the cheapest contractors they can to fix maintenance problems. When they hired contractors to replace the patios when they when they rotted, they hired the first crew in the summer of 2001, they didn't even have permits. They had to redo the stucco, and start again later when they had a crew that had the proper permits. That project went on for over 6 months, then after a tenant complained that one of their grandchildren tripped, because they were actually sawing directly in front of her door, they finally moved all the tenants into hotels, because they were afraid of a lawsuit. That poor woman whom her child tripped had stage four lung cancer, Lupe Arrondo, whom has since deceased had to put up with over 6 months of sawing, banging, so loud I was told it felt like an earthquake sometimes. This was all done while she was going through chemotherapy. She wasn't moved out until the access had to be blocked off to actually replace the concrete on the patios. Then she was moved back in to her apartment, to hear alot more sawing, and banging because there was still more work to do. This apartment complex is owned by the City of Davis, Hud provides the financing, and Neighborworks are also partial owners.<br> + I feel treated like a cockroach here. I heard the resident with the bedbug problem is on disability, and the property management, manager, Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management made her move to hotels without giving her money to sleep in a hotel. Another tenant found her sleeping in the community room, # 13, and let her sleep in her room when they found out she was told to leave her apartment when her rent was paid, and she didn't have money for hotel, because her son is in charge of her money for disability, and she couldn't get ahold of him.<br> + I have lived in Section 8 apartments before, but, never had slumlords like this before. The manager actually doesn't seem to be responsible for any of this, the property management company, has a guy named Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of all the big maintenance projects, pest control, resident problems, etc. I am not happy here at all. None of residents here seem to like Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management. There are some mediation problems here that Dan Morris, of John Berkeley Management is in charge of. He is is supposed to resolve problems between residents. But, no one involved seems to be satisfied, because no results came from it. All parties feel threatened by Dan Morris, residents feel harassed by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management. I wouldn't recommend any family’s move in here, as residents are treated by Dan Morris of John Berkeley Management as second class citizens. This is true to the best of my knowledge. Respectfully, resident twin pines.<br> + --["Users/deals911"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2012-10-25 22:34:53NetworkVirusComment added. <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 24: </td> <td> Line 24: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ------<br> + ''2012-10-25 22:34:53'' [[nbsp]] I would not recommend this place to anyone unless it was for a financial necessity. The Manager runs hot and cold depending on whether or not she needs something from you. Everyone not only knows your business, they feel obligated to be up in it as community involvement is a requirement here. There are several apartment lifer's who let their children run wild. Several of my neighbors have been the victim's of verbal abuse, property vandalism, keyed cars, and theft yet management does nothing about and the police hands are tied. At night you can hear your neighbors snore not to mention the lady screaming at her kids. The rent is not that much cheaper than a unit downtown and definitely not worth the headache. There is a small pool on site monopolized by several units with their kids running wild, failing to look for others before jumping in or splashing, and the real show comes when they jump from the fence into the pool. You have to be careful driving through the parking lot, it is not uncommon for small children to run in front of your moving car. There is a large tv in the community room that does not work, the chairs that are not broken have been puked on and not cleaned thuroughly, the printer is out of ink when you need it, and if you reserve the community room on the public board others feel free to replace themselves in the slot. There are units being treated for bedbugs. A couple folks are good people, the principal of the mutual housing is awesome but not implemented properly here. The maintenance is on point and finally the location is cool. Good luck to the next tenants! --["Users/NetworkVirus"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2012-08-04 17:43:56firen2001Comment added. <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 22: </td> <td> Line 22: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ------<br> + ''2012-08-04 17:43:56'' [[nbsp]] good! --["Users/firen2001"]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2010-10-26 16:50:51JabberWokky <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 15: </td> <td> Line 15: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> '''Twin Pines''' is a 36-unit affordable <span>housing com</span>plex offering one- and three-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom townhomes. All units include washer/dryers, and gas stoves. With a community room for resident functions, a monthly Resident Council Meeting and ["Neighborhood Watch"] Program, Twin Pines is a community-oriented, mixed community with residents from all age groups and backgrounds. Qualifying criteria for residency at Twin Pines is income-based and applications are welcome year round. </td> <td> <span>+</span> '''Twin Pines''' is a 36-unit affordable <span>["a</span>p<span>artments" housing comp</span>lex<span>]</span> offering one- and three-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom townhomes. All units include washer/dryers, and gas stoves. With a community room for resident functions, a monthly Resident Council Meeting and ["Neighborhood Watch"] Program, Twin Pines is a community-oriented, mixed community with residents from all age groups and backgrounds. Qualifying criteria for residency at Twin Pines is income-based and applications are welcome year round. </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2006-08-15 17:37:27AlphaDogupdate link <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 19: </td> <td> Line 19: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> To learn more about rental housing in ["Davis"], check out our ["Housing Guide"] as well as our ["Apartments"] pages. </td> <td> <span>+</span> To learn more about rental housing in ["Davis"], check out our ["<span>Rental </span>Housing Guide"] as well as our ["Apartments"] pages. </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2005-09-11 19:28:14CarlMcCabelink <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 15: </td> <td> Line 15: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> <span>-</span> '''Twin Pines''' is a 36-unit affordable housing complex offering one- and three-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom townhomes. All units include washer/dryers, and gas stoves. With a community room for resident functions, a monthly Resident Council Meeting and Neighborhood Watch Program, Twin Pines is a community-oriented, mixed community with residents from all age groups and backgrounds. Qualifying criteria for residency at Twin Pines is income-based and applications are welcome year round. </td> <td> <span>+</span> '''Twin Pines''' is a 36-unit affordable housing complex offering one- and three-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom townhomes. All units include washer/dryers, and gas stoves. With a community room for resident functions, a monthly Resident Council Meeting and <span>["</span>Neighborhood Watch<span>"]</span> Program, Twin Pines is a community-oriented, mixed community with residents from all age groups and backgrounds. Qualifying criteria for residency at Twin Pines is income-based and applications are welcome year round. </td> </tr> </table> </div> Twin Pines Apartmentshttp://daviswiki.org/Twin_Pines_Apartments2005-05-10 13:30:31AlphaDog <div id="content" class="wikipage content"> Differences for Twin Pines Apartments<p><strong></strong></p><table> <tr> <td> <span> Deletions are marked with - . </span> </td> <td> <span> Additions are marked with +. </span> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> Line 1: </td> <td> Line 1: </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <span>+ ||&lt;bgcolor='#E0E0FF'&gt;'''Location'''||<br> + ||3333 F Street||<br> + ||(["North Davis"])||<br> + ||&lt;bgcolor='#E0E0FF'&gt;'''Contact'''||<br> + ||(530)792-0400||<br> + ||&lt;bgcolor='#E0E0FF'&gt;'''Features'''||<br> + ||[http://www.city.davis.ca.us/housing/affordable/list.cfm Affordable Housing]||<br> + ||Washer/dryer||<br> + ||Dishwasher/garbage disposal||<br> + ||Central heat/air||<br> + ||Pool||<br> + ||Garden plots||<br> + ||Play structure||<br> + <br> + '''Twin Pines''' is a 36-unit affordable housing complex offering one- and three-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom townhomes. All units include washer/dryers, and gas stoves. With a community room for resident functions, a monthly Resident Council Meeting and Neighborhood Watch Program, Twin Pines is a community-oriented, mixed community with residents from all age groups and backgrounds. Qualifying criteria for residency at Twin Pines is income-based and applications are welcome year round.<br> + <br> + Twin Pines was built on city dedicated land; State HOME funds, city housing funds, and redevelopment funds were all used to finance the construction of this community.<br> + <br> + To learn more about rental housing in ["Davis"], check out our ["Housing Guide"] as well as our ["Apartments"] pages.<br> + <br> + [[Comments]]</span> </td> </tr> </table> </div>