I don’t know how they think this is logical… The previous tenant of my apartment owes Seattle City Light over $500 so they turn the power off to my apartment. The best part is they won’t turn it back on till someone pays the bill. Now keep in mind I’ve been living in this apartment for a few months and of course the first thing I do is call to try and start service, but given the crazy way the building is setup and the logical way the city works, I can’t setup service till the previous tenant “moves out”. So now I have an apartment, that my cousin is staying at while I’m in Tucson, with no power… I’m less then happy, even though I don’t really care since I’m not there, it’s bad form to have someone sublet your place and have your power disconnected.

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