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To the Editor:
Elderwood Manor in Andover has been in business since 1981, 29 years Dec. 1 and we are now being called "The Den of Inquity" by former tenant(s) who did not read their leases very well or expect things to happen through wishful thinking.
Elderwood is a Governmental Low Income Housing Unit that is run by the government and its managers until paid for. The managers have to go by rules set up by the government for each and every tenant and we do so.
To receive security deposits returned, a 30-day notice has to be submitted 30 days in advance and tenants have to reside as a tenant for one year to receive security deposits as well.
This was not completed when expected and it is now being called The Den of Inequity.
The management lives across the street and are on call 24 hours a day.
We have done our best to be fair to all who lived here and are still residing here. For that, Elderwood takes a bum wrap from those who do not need their leases.
There are two sides to every story and persons who associate with the former tenants only hear their side of the story.