Lawsuit claims neighbor's cat odors hurt property values
A Chicago couple filed a lawsuit alleging that 20 cats in their downstairs neighbor's one-bedroom unit in Lakeview and the corresponding odors are reducing property values and violating condo association rules.
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#1 Jul 25, 2014
well if that's true then all them goofy n word an illegal immigrant drug dealers on the south side of Chicago must really kill off property values.
Gee who would want to live in a hood with out of control black folks with unregistered unlicensed guns high on drug shooting up the country side killing wounding anyone who happens gets in the way.
wonder how many black folks been killed by other crazy drug dealers over the years???
bet its a real lot, which brings up the question why haven't the Chicago police closed some of these cases and arrested the gun shooters.
after they write them parking tickets and have a coffee break eat a dozen or so of donuts .
have you seen those Chicago police in news clips or in news papers mostly fat with big bellies hanging over belts.., sure look out of shape to fight crime.
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