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TPS1 Session 479 (Deleted) April 30, 1969 8/70 (11%) parking halliday landlord bully sell

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Now give us a moment. Your feelings toward the parking lot have gone out from you, and from others, to bring the proceeding at least to a temporary halt. Your landlord is extremely suggestible, and your own feelings fell on fertile ground, the ground of his misgivings.

I believe that the garage will be torn down to provide extra parking in any case—the doctor’s garage. The affair is highly plastic at this time. There is a good possibility that your land will not be touched.

(This may be so. However on Saturday, May 3, 1969, the landlord and a helper tore down three-quarters of the terrace extending outside our living room windows. The land in this area would be used for any parking facility.

(This session was held on Wednesday, April 30. On Thursday and Friday, May 1 & 2, surveyors were at work on the property, laying out the dimensions for a proposed parking lot that would run from W. Water St, in front of the house, to the back fence of the property, some hundred feet.)

There is also a good possibility that your Dr. Levine and another doctor, or dentist, will combine their finances and share the lot on the other corner. There may also be an arrangement where Dr. Stamp’s garage is torn down, and the two driveways combined into a small parking area. At this time however conditions are very plastic.

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

(“Did she know about the parking lot?”)

On the other hand her lawyer may say something to your landlord that will make him make an angry retort that will then cause the buyer to hold off. She may not buy, believing that a parking area will be set up to drive off the sort of tenants she wants; and then after this proscribed time of contract the parking area itself may well fall through, as I told you. These are the probabilities now, in which case your landlord will still own the property, and it will be relatively unchanged.

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(This statement of Seth’s has been more than vindicated. First a mutual friend of Jane’s and F. Halliday explained what was intended by the parking lot. This on Thursday, May 1. F. Halliday could not believe the parking lot idea, saying she had been told a “circular driveway” was all that had been planned, curving around the doctor’s house next door, and not disturbing much property. She had no idea that much of the yard on the side of the house, from the street to the far back fence, had been earmarked by our landlord for sale to Dr Levine for a parking lot.

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