Elderly, disabled with no power suffering in Century Village

The power has been out since Sunday in this part of Century Village. Food has spoiled, elevators and lights don’t work, elderly residents watch restoration trucks in the distance, but up close, nerves are frayed and bodies are weary.  “I’ve never seen anything like this in my life, in a senior community, the management company hasn’t come to knock on doors, see if anyone is alive, to help anybody, they don’t give a damn. They ought to be ashamed of themselves,” said resident Sharon Lederer.    Read the article……………


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