A number of properties at Canyon Cove residences scuffling with rodents, resident says – WTOL


For nearly a yr, resident Tatiana White has been coping with uninvited friends that chew candles, go away holes in her partitions and defecate on her youngsters’s blankets.

TOLEDO, Ohio — Two weeks in the past, WTOL 11 reported on carbon monoxide leaks at Canyon Cove Villas and Townhomes in south Toledo.

Now, a resident stated she’s been in a number of Canyon Cove properties overrun with mice.

For nearly a yr now, resident Tatiana White has been coping with uninvited friends that chew candles, go away holes in her partitions and defecate on her youngsters’s blankets.

“My fiancé collected about 15 mice on her personal,” White stated. “The owner got here out and pulled the range out and there have been about 5 mice beneath the range on traps that we purchased.”

She stated the issues started in November of 2021 when she moved into one in all Canyon Cove’s villas on Firestone Drive.

At first, she solely noticed indicators of mice. However quickly, rodents had been seen increasingly more steadily. Then, White and her household began getting sick.

“The air obtained thick,” White stated. “Me and my son have bronchial asthma, we had a number of journeys to the hospital. By means of all of this we realized that my fiance is extremely allergic to mice urine.”

White submitted a number of requests for an exterminator to Canyon Cove administration. She stated she was ignored for eight months till Might of 2022.

“They despatched Orkin (a Toledo pest management service) they usually set down paper traps and the mice would run proper by means of the paper traps,” White stated.

With the mice nonetheless operating rampant, White and her household took a visit to Maryland for a month simply to breathe in some recent air and have some peace. When she returned, she knew she could not put her household again in that villa.

“I informed them that I used to be going to get a lawyer. I wrote a protracted e mail letting them know, after which they determined to maneuver me into a brand new unit,” White stated.

Ideally, transferring to a brand new unit would depart the rodent issues behind. However, that was not the case.

“There is a mouse right here now. And I do not know what number of mice are right here,” White stated.

In actual fact, one interrupted her interview with WTOL 11.

The mouse was captured on digicam, however was not seen for the remainder of the night time.

Canyon Cove administration issued an announcement, which might be learn in full under.

“Offering nice customer support is our precedence. Ought to a resident have any considerations or points they will contact Canyon Cove administration and be assured their service request might be dealt with appropriately and instantly. 

We now have a staff of employees and licensed distributors out there to deal with all points. We observe all industry-standard greatest practices and resolve points as rapidly as doable. We use licensed exterminators each time crucial, and any recognized points in accordance with our data have been dealt with.”

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