WW2 Immigrant, 95, Warned With Eviction For Chatting Once A Fortnight From The Balcony To The Granddaughter

Posted by Abdul Rafay in News On 2nd January 2021
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A self-separating World War Two exile matured 95 confronted expulsion for going out on her gallery to converse with her granddaughter once a fortnight. Klara Kharkats was given with an extreme commotion cautioning a week ago for inclining out to talk with Rozanna Handrich and cautioned she could be evicted.

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A self-isolating survivor from World War Two aged 95 threatened eviction for walking out on her balcony

A self-isolating survivor from World War Two aged 95 threatened eviction for walking out on her balcony once a fortnight to speak to her granddaughter. Last week, Klara Kharkats got an unnecessary noise notice for leaning out to converse with Rozanna Handrich and threatened that she could be evicted.

From her home in Redondo Beach, California, Klara's talks with Rozanna are the only social interaction she has had since Covid reached the shores of the US. Rozanna clarified, "We're all too afraid of making her ill. None of us would like to be the reason anything happens to her.

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Rozanna meets Klara, carries her daughter, and stands far enough away from the second-floor balcony of her loved one to keep her safe

‘So it’s just her sitting in a room. I get sad just thinking about it because I can’t imagine what it’s like to just sit by yourself all day long.’ Around noon, Rozanna meets Klara, carries her daughter, and stands far enough away from the second-floor balcony of her loved one to keep her safe while wearing a mask at all times.

For months, before Klara got the notice from her apartment manager last month, the women loved the improvised family time.  It said: ‘We have received complaints regarding excessive noise coming from your unit…Please have your guest come and visit inside your unit.

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During the Second World War, Klara fled her native Ukraine, with the encounter giving her a life-long fear of more unforeseen upheaval

‘Continued violation of your lease ruled and regulations will result in further action which may include eviction.’

During the Second World War, Klara fled her native Ukraine, with the encounter giving her a life-long fear of more unforeseen upheaval.

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As per Rozanna She’s concerned, because she’s lived there for so long

Rozanna told CBS LA: ‘She’s concerned, because she’s lived there for so long. She doesn’t want to be evicted.

‘She came from communism, so she is afraid of any type of disruption like that.’

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For the sake of the elderly woman's health, Rozanna agreed to disregard the alert and continue seeing her grandmother

For the sake of the elderly woman's health, Rozanna agreed to disregard the alert and continue seeing her grandmother. Sarah Furchtenicht, from GK Management, a property management firm, said complaints emerged over reports that the two women were screaming at each other.

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Furchtenicht said she encouraged the two women to resume their meetings, but to talk on the phone

She admitted that the warning sent to Klara was 'insensitive' and said that it had been canceled. Furchtenicht said she encouraged the two women to resume their meetings, but to talk on the phone with each other to reduce the neighbors' noise level.

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