Tenants of a landlord notorious for the festering conditions of its apartment units have won the right to sue as a class. Complaints by tennants of Ruskin Place Apartments, a 169-unit complex in south Kansas City, ranged from "vast amounts of water" leaking through windows, mold and sagging floors to inadequate heat, unsecured doors and "large critters" roaming through the units.
Sunday, March 01, 2020
Kansas City Class-Action Push Back Against Ruskin Place Living Conditions
A note on Southland organizing and progressive activism as LOCAL TENANT MOVEMENTS continue to expand their protests with encouragement from the current City Hall administration . . . Read more: