Village ApartmentsDISHONEST RACIST - CHUCK COLLIER

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Working for the Village Apartments run by Chuck Collier, owned by Art Gorman as a lead maintenance personnel I discovered that Chuck was a racist B*****d in making a comment to me one day (after a African-American couple had left from applying for an apartment) "I'm sure glad we are doing so well that I don't have to rent to black people. Pretty harsh coming from a Jehovah's Witnesses who kep sending his niece to my door trying to peddle her watch tower. I speculate the Pratt's of Pratt pest control had not seen the same side of Chuck as I had. Joe slack
(the drunkard cop) hanging out at the apartments screwing a cop buddy's wife told Mr. (racist) Collier that he made a mistake hiring me. From that point on I was harassed by the little racist weasel. I understan Cuck the racist also got in a bind over using a resident's credit card information for illegal charges. Tri-County Tech was billed for the total replacement of a range hood ahere an exchange student caught a pan on the stove on fire. I know this as I was instructed to just repaint the old hood and put it back up. How about the time a resident moved out and Chuck stole the bird bath and concrete orniments from (whom he thought was their porch) and placed them in the yard of his own apartment. I guess this is the type of people Art Gorman and associates embrace . . .

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