Tag: Tenant

Evictions and resources that can help at the library

Did you know that as of June 2021, 7 million households are delinquent in rent payments[1]? After attending the American Library Association Conference 2021 session Government Documents Round Table (GODORT) Chair’s Program: The Evictions Crisis & the Role Libraries Can Play I began to think about what my law library can do to help prevent Riverside County residents from being evicted. I also thought about what long-term preventative resources can the library offer.  The first panelist,...

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All things mold

Years ago, I lived in an apartment that abutted the freeway.  Nice place.  It had 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a patio in the back and a 8X10 area of empty dirt that I used for my garden.  While we kept our apartment clean, some of our neighbors had not.  This was evident one day when all of a sudden we got a flood of mice running through our backyard area. Apparently, a neighbor had moved out and as they were cleaning their apartment, armies of mice were discovered and started fleeing when cupboards...

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The Temecula Law Resource Center at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library hosted an on-going series “Help You Help Yourself” by the Riverside County Self Help attorneys. The topic was an orientation on evictions. The presenters were Nina Magno and Joanne Cuevas. Nina and Joanne were informative on the resources provided by the County. They made it clear they are neutral parties who help both landlord and tenants when it comes to evictions issues. They covered the material that can be...

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