- The tenant blacked-out and fell several times as he climbed the stairs to his unit;
- Light-headedness, shortness of breath and dizziness became a daily battle for him;
- A small but serious stroke also took its toll as the tenant slowly became a shut-in.
The newly available unit, was exactly the same size and layout, and rented for the same dollar amount each month as the tenant's current unit. For all intents and purposes, the units were identical, with the exception of the unit number. (#6 vs #7), and the floor they were on. Had the Ogden Housing Authority made a typographical error and entered unit #7 instead of unit #6 on their paperwork, it would have taken them exactly the same amount of work to correct. These tenants were being denied a transfer, for no other reason than the OHA exercising its habit of abusing their power.
On March 26, Robeka Sessions at the Ogden Housing Authority acknowledged her receipt of the health are documents, stating that transfers within the same property are only done on the first of the month.
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