Saying he was “disturbed” to hear about poor living conditions in Tampa apartments and the evictions that have been filed against the tenants living there, Tampa City Council member Luis Viera sent a letter to Tzadik Management on Monday, asking the landlord company for a meeting.



a group of people walking in front of a house: Mi'Lan Mack, 4, left, and her sister Myla Mack, 9, play outside of the Timberfalls apartment complex on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, in Tampa.


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Mi’Lan Mack, 4, left, and her sister Myla Mack, 9, play outside of the Timberfalls apartment complex on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, in Tampa.



a close up of a brick building: Dry rot, fascia and roof damage is evident on one of the building on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, at the Timberfalls apartment complex in Tampa. The property's management company, Tzadik, received a PPP loan from the federal government between $2-million and $5-million.


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Dry rot, fascia and roof damage is evident on one of the building on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, at the Timberfalls apartment complex in Tampa. The property’s management company, Tzadik, received a PPP loan from the federal government between $2-million and $5-million.

The letter was sent to the Miami-based company via mail and email, according to Viera’s aide.

Tzadik Management was the subject of a Sunday Tampa Bay

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