I was advised to send a letter to the building’s management company and board president. I simply asked them to reconsider NOT revoking my parking spot and I cited the law which governs my “reasonable accommodation”. I felt like I am back at my job again when they denied me from working from home. I had to draft a letter requesting the exact same thing, reconsider my request for “reasonable accommodation”. My work did make the allowance and I worked part time from home for a year before I went out on full disability. Here I am again requesting reasonable accommodations to park my car near to a door.
I have to say the lack of empathy of the residents in this building is quite astounding that I even have to make this request twice. It was the condo residents who put up such a fuss that the spots got revoked in the first place. I can’t answer why there were 5 spots given away. I can only speak for myself.
One of the building managers who was on my side was fired or quit, found that out yesterday. This morning the president of the board called to tell me that no matter what they’re going to make sure that I could have a spot somehow someway even if it means my car is valet. Yesterday on my voicemail somehow in either another conversation or by accident a message was left from him that said how’s your (insert bad word here). Where that terrible word was said on my voicemail I have to believe he was having another conversation and it wasn’t directed to me. He has always been so nice to deal with. This is the same gentleman that hit my daughters car when we moved in. Even this morning he was so sincere telling me how he’s completely on my side and about the absurdity of this building and people around him and he is doing everything for me and not to worry, I kind of think that maybe that word might’ve been made in conversation of something else. However I did keep the voicemail. I was told my reserved parking sign isn’t coming down