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By: B B.
Kuchma Corporation
very rude stuff through out i lived there they always rude and mean they said I cant have guest come over any time !!!!! and when i finally decide to leave them And let one of my friend to take my deposit i gave him my permission to do that because i was out of ct state and when i call or email they never replay back to me the lade call Kate threw my friend's phone on the table and screamed at him because he tried to let me talk to her and Philip said he will send me the bill and he never did and never replay to my email or pick his phone up when I call when inwent to office he was there he said we will get back to you never did they usually pretend that they are nice and you are welcoming but that is not true they always wanted me to give them the permission to accesss my apartment any time they want i never accepted that because one time i was at school and Philip open my apartment without asking me even and put some mailes inside my apartment
By: Angela M.
LC Home Improvements, LLC
I had kitchen floor tile installed. Very professional and clean, the job was superb! I will definitely hire again for upcoming projects.
By: Edna S.
ABC Day Care
My two children attended ABC Day Care for three years (2008, 2009, and 2010) and they had a wonderful experience. They received excellent care and their days were filled with a lot of learning and recreational activities. The place is safe, always clean and very nicely decorated for children. The food is well balanced and healthy. The children were always eager to go and I was worry free knowing that they were in a safe and fun environment.
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By: Candice T.
Care Around The Clock
The teachers assistant was very annoying from the beginning where shed see us at arrival and run to the sign in paper and look up at the clock to say sorry mom your two minutes late you have to I to the main office to to get an approval for your child to stay.. Make a long story short because of this issue of being two to three minutes late a few times, they dropped my child and two years later on a clean slate, a new child later I tried signing up through their school they said that they could not except him because of my past history that's b.s
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By: Rebekah W.
Affordable & Loving Childcare
This facility is poorly run. They have no clue how to run a decent daycare. They have sent children home with unexplained bruises, lost items, and sent kids home because of a simple runny nose. Just today, they forgot to pick up a child. When called and questioned why, they said, "Well the girl is on vacation."And no offer to fix the situation. You would do well to take your child almost anywhere else.
By: Amy M.
Midnight Printing
Exceptional work. As a designer/production coordinator I have used many printers over the last 25 years. Midnight printing took a complex job, simplified it, and got it exactly right - quick turnaround and a fair price. Thanks!
By: Ke S.
Smoke & Print Universe
NEVER EVER GO HERE! you will get overcharged and the owner is a rude know it all!
By: chrismerovina
Midnight Printing
Great Friendly, Made me 2 signs in One Day, One of Black Rocks Best Hidden Treasures!ThanksChristinehttp://www.tace.com/glittersAll That Glitters Antiques
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Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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