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Picerne Privatized Military Housing Fort Meade

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Published on Apr 30, 2007

This is our living condition at Fort Meade. Water started leaking from the living room wall 5 days ago for the second time. First time was last year. First day we had to call twice to have someone come over to tell us there is nothing he can do right now. All he did was turn over the carpet and said he will let the supervisor know first thing in the morning. Second day, nobody showed up so we called again and the person showed up with an industrial fan to dry the carpet. We had to keep the loud fan on all afternoon and evening in a living room. Over the weekend they couldn't do anything. We were expecting someone to come over Monday to fix it so we were not home all day. 3pm we came home and nothing was done. We called them again and the person answered the phone had no clue what we were talking about. Finally they sent maintenance supervisor but he did totally nothing and told us he will come back with a carpet guy tomorrow. For the past 5 days, carpet has been turned over and nails were exposed as you can see. My daughter stepped on them but luckily she wasn't hurt badly. We told people at housing office about nails but they did nothing.
Picerne does not care about our living condition or safety. They apologize but never sincere. Old stove which some of the burner doesn't work, cabinets and windows which were painted over and over again so that they are hard to open and paint falls, we had another leak before which made us live without water for 24 hours... We had to call maintenance at least 10 different occasions in a past 1 1/2 year. They will never come the first time we call so we have to call so many times to remind them. And everytime we call they have no clue what we are talking about. So we have to explain over and over again. My husband is leaving on deployment soon and I do not feel comfortable being left behind in this old house with our 2 years old daughter. We do not deserve to live in a place like this while my husband serves in the military.

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