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Landlord-Tenant Relationship Protection Available Help Hot-Lines

Landlord-Tenant Relationship Protection: Available Help Hot-Lines! Greetings everyone and I pray that each of you will overcome this coronavirus pandemic, which has impacted many communities in various ways. The Census Bureau assessment paints an image that's not wonderful regarding job losses. The Small Business Administration stands ready to assist with job loss impact. One of the most damaging impacts is "Landlord-Tenant Relationships." The ban imposed on evictions and home foreclosure across Wisconsin by Governor Evers is now over. You may have the same situation in your state or jurisdiction. Recent actions have resulted in increased evictions by landlords and financial companies against residents. You may have the same actions taking place in your state or jurisdiction. A parishioner from my church was evicted by her landlord. Some of her belongings placed on the sidewalk were stolen by others. Her car was also stolen and reported to the police. I found out that her late husband and I served in the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell (Band of Brothers with a Rendouvous for Destiny). He was a Vietnam veteran who served America faithfully, courageously, and honorably. A mediation session could have resolved this situation equitably instead of friction and anger between both parties, and a police complaint filed for theft. With the severe drop in cold temperature, my petition today is to help the widows, orphans, weak, sick, and distressed. If you reside in Wisconsin and find yourself involved in a landlord-tenant conflict and need help, please contact one of the following agencies for assistance. The names of places to help may be similar in other states or jurisdictions. Please don't wait until the last minute for a landlord to file an eviction action. Take proactive actions now! 1) Community Advocates Rent Hotline: 414-270-4646 2) Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee: 414-727-5300 3) Legal Action of Wisconsin: 855-947-2529 4) Milwaukee Autonomous Tenants Union: 414-410-9710 5) Wisconsin Dept of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection: 608-224-5012 6) Metro Milwaukee Foreclosure Mediation Program: 414-939-8800 7) State Consumer Protection Hot Line: 800-422-7128 8) Social Development Commission: 414-906-2700 9) State of Wisconsin Department of Administration: 608-250-4606 10) Consumer Protection Hotline: 800-422-7128 11) MKE United: 414-395-0562 Please contact one of these agencies for help. They may also exist in your state or jurisdiction under a similar name. Call each of them until you find one that will help you resolve the situation experiencing. Winter is coming, and no one should be left out in the blizzard and cold icy winter weather to suffer from agony. There are also meditation centers nationwide to help landlords and tenants reach a common ground and avoid peaceful living disruption. Don't hesitate to contact one! The year 2020 is ending with a vaccine to be administered during the Christmas season in many places. The impact of coronavirus has reduced the flu epidemic by approximately 80% because of hygiene enhanced practices. Let's keep the positive actions going and not slow down the sunshine's inspiration behind every dark cloud, and a light at the end of the tunnel. Please look ahead and turn the curb with inspirational upliftment. My God continue to uplift each of you and your loved one with His riches, grace, and blessing always! Have a fantastic day, don't forget to pray, stay inspired, ingenious, continue defeating coronavirus, be mindful, and enlightened with God's richest grace and blessings always. "The higher reality of consciousness enhances peace, love, harmony, and happiness in our hearts with actions we connectively accomplished through faith." – His Excellency, Professor, Commissioner, Ambassador, Dr. Joseph S. Spence Sr. USA (Epulaeryu Master)!

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Date: 7/11/2021 3:22:00 AM
Sad that some people ended up not being able to work and are in dire straights. It is good that you put the information out there for people who might need it. In Georgia, DFAC(Department Of Family And Children Services) usually has information like that available for those who might need it. All one has to do is call or go by and pick up the information and if they don't have it then they will point a person in the correct direction to get the help. Sara
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Date: 3/21/2021 11:43:00 PM
This was such an inspirational read, Joseph, and though I don't live in Wisconsin, the information you provided was certainly useful and informative. God bless you for your help and prayers for all those who have been negatively effected by this horrible disease. I am not a member of the soup this year as I could not afford to join but I did check in today to see what's going on and saw that you had left me a very nice comment on my poem, "Americans". Thank you so much. It was very encouraging. By-the-way, speaking of rent etc. have you sent the documentary series called "Dirty Money" on YouTube? If not, watch the 1st one. It is about Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, who is a real estate company owner. You'll like it, I guarantee!!!
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Date: 1/26/2021 3:16:00 PM
This is good info for those who are suffering for evictions and I know you are a compassionate person, but I wish you would take a look on youtube at the Iconic podcast entitled "Monologue 2" This man speaks the truth of what is going on in the world right now. (this info can't be placed on FB because they are censoring all the videos of good people that are trying to bring truth to light. Our freedoms are fleeing us. Such a sad world)
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Joseph Spence Sr
Date: 3/11/2021 12:15:00 AM
Thank you very much my dear sister of God inspirational grace. Many are feeling the pain, especially in the winter months. It's very tragic. I am doing all I can to help them. Have a great day and blessings always!