Demand new property management, state center,IA

    The acting property manager of rosewood cottages located at 406 4th st s.e, in state center iowa has repeatedly failed to maintain his portion of the lease agreement. By failing to maintain the grounds around the property, failure to complete repairs in a timely manner, failure to correspond with tennants reguarding issues we are having, breaking verbal agreements repeatedly, and constantly changing rules and regulations of the property including but not limited to changing parking regulations, and changing rent due dates/late fees. As well as serving threatening letters or notices to ''vacate the property'' without just cause, without any dates or total amounts owed. Im concerned for other tenants who cannot afford legal help or simply do not know how to deal with the situation,Andreas gartland has admitted to me he has struggled with an addiction to a legal substance similar to opoids that is refered to as ''kratom''. i believe this has greatly impacted his ability to do his job.Mitragyna speciosa (commonly known as kratom[2] also ketum) is a tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family native to Southeast Asia. M. speciosa is indigenous to Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Papua New Guinea,[3] where it has been used in traditional medicine since at least the 19th century.[4] Kratom has opioid properties and some stimulant-like effects.[5][6][7]

    As of 2018, little is known of kratom's worth or safety as a therapeutic agent, since research into its use has been of poor quality.[8][9] In February 2018, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stated that there is no evidence kratom is safe or effective for treating any condition.[6] Some people take it for managing chronic pain, for treating opioid withdrawal symptoms, or – more recently – for recreational purposes.[3][9] Onset of effects typically begins within 5 to 10 minutes and lasts 2 to 5 hours.[3]

    Common minor side effects may include nausea, vomiting, and constipation.[3] More severe side effects may include respiratory depression (decreased breathing), seizure, addiction, and psychosis.[3][6][10][11] Other side effects may include high heart rate and blood pressure, trouble sleeping, and, rarely, liver toxicity.[3][12][13] When use is stopped, withdrawal symptoms may occur.[7][9] Deaths have occurred with kratom both by itself and mixed with other substances.[6][14] Between 2011 and 2017, 44 kratom-related deaths occurred, with one involving kratom alone.[6] Nine kratom-related deaths occurred in Sweden in 2011 and 2012, all involving a mixture of kratom with other opioids.[14]

    As of 2018, there is growing international concern about a possible threat to public health from kratom use.[6][9][15] In some jurisdictions, its sale and importation have been restricted, and several public health authorities have raised alerts.[9][15][16] Kratom is a controlled substance in 16 countries,[6] and in 2014, the FDA banned imports and manufacturing of kratom as a dietary supplement.[17] Sometimes, the finished product is mixed into cocktails with other psychoactive drugs, such as caffeine and codeine. i have repeatedly asked for corporate phone number or contact info but have been ignored by Andreas. I hope that by starting a petition for new management we can finally get a response from the owner of the building and get a property manager who can perform his/her job properly.please speak up for our community and get rid of Andreas!
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