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Old 11-17-2004, 10:39 AM   #11
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Let me put it another way - --

If you were on the 2nd floor, and your 3rd floor / upstairs neighbor was gonna put a 1100lb tank above your bedroom (or your kids bedroom) would you be worried?

What if they didn't ask the property owner 'cause they figured they'd just say no anyway...

Not trying to flame or anything - I just think that without actually seeing the apt you are in its tough for anyone on this forum to give you a green light.

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