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Offline SocialTransparency

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Narconon of Georgia,s current housing entity
« on: September 05, 2012, 11:04 »
Founder and current Discovery Course agent of record.

http://corp.sos.state.ga.us/corp/soskb/Corp.asp?1664446    (Active/Noncompliant)

ACTIVE/NONCOMPLIANCE   The entity is active upon the records of the Secretary of State, but is not in compliance because of failure to file an annual registration either within ninety (90) days of its initial filing date or by the statutory due date as required by Georgia Law.

http://corp.sos.state.ga.us/corp/soskb/Agent.asp?3563765

http://corp.sos.state.ga.us/corp/soskb/Corp.asp?1664446

http://discoverycourse.com/current-students/


Berkley Landing Apts. Current Discovery Course location

http://www.berkeleylanding.com/berkeley-landing/



Berkley Landing lease application

http://www.abbotsglen.com/uploads/properties/apply_now_pdfs/original/605/GAA_Application.pdf?1311674248


Local community feedback

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I have mixed feelings about Berkley Landing as I moved in May 1st. First, BL is a partially a  REHAB CENTER and they will not tell you this when you sign a lease. I personally found that to be quite dishonest in regard to my lease agreement, and creates an overall sense of distrust with the residents as they feel lied to and betrayed right off the start.. I would not feel so strong about this if they had the rehab tenants in their own buildings, instead they are strung out across the apartment complex. Also I would have liked to been told before they locked me in for a year lease, This is an issue to me mainly because of that

Here are the pros and cons

Cons:
First: it is possible many of them have criminal records and as a lot of people are out to better themselves, there are always bad apples in a bunch, as I ve seen for myself here at the Landing.

Second: They tend to congregate in the road blocking traffic at certain times of the day and are not always a friendly part of my community.

Third: They have security that keeps an eye on them and on one or more occasions I have had flashlights shined in my car when I m driving in my complex at night and am not treated friendly by the security officers as a friendly wave is never returned, I have also had to my surprise men wielding flashlights at 2 am around the back of my apartment building made me a little uneasy as I had not idea what was going on.

Another issue I have is that the apartment has absolutely no amenities, except a gorgeous pool that is not been open in 3 years, nor will, today is July 5, 2012 ( im sure when and if the pool does open the rehab people will treat it like their own spring break and push REAL!!!! residents away as they do when they are hording around the parking lots.) A tennis court exist that might as well be used as a rehab meeting center by the looks of it. There is no workout facility nor is there a laundry center either. The management is subpar thus far, but friendly at best.
Pros:
Lots of trees to keep shaded.
Security for rehab people keeps apts safer, but is very hard to get use to.
Plenty of parking as the rehab people don t drive.
Great location.
Decent apartment layout.

In conclusion:
I will write back in 3-6 months to update my feelings on this adventure. I wrote this post only to educate inquiring minds that will potentially think about moving in here and will not be told the true reality of the circumstances by the management. Power to social media!:P
I can be reached by email at:
rehabberkleylanding@gmail.com


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Berkeley Landing: In dangerous decline. I have lived at Berkeley Landing apartments for the past 7 1/2 years. Obviously having lived here this long I have mostly enjoyed calling this my home. Unfortunately I have witnessed the stark decline and degradation of my quality of life in the last year or so.

The property has been, to a great extent, co-opted out as a drug rehab center. Multiple and entire apartment buildings on the property have been rented to a drug/alcohol rehab company. The residents of these buildings are allowed to run wild in the community, i.e. throwing trash and cigarettes on the grounds, gathering in large groups and being loud and loudly using profanity, and leaving their doors open and playing their televisions and stereos at high volumes. Two days ago one of the rehab residents approached me and asked if they could buy my Subway sandwich off me. I have communicated to the property management staff ad nauseum for months about this situation, but no significant steps have been undertaken to control and eradicate this behavior. In fact, the property management seems powerless, impotent and ultimately bothered to do anything about the situation. Sadly, as a result of the management's indifferent handling of these issues, I will be looking elsewhere for a home when my lease expires. Not recommended.


Narconon history may be repeating itself @ the Berkley Landing apartments. Read the lease agreement. Read up on what the law/codes are within the city of Duluth, Georgia and Gwinnett County Georgia in regard to rehabilitative housing. Pay particular attention to RE-LETTING of apartments and operation of said RE-LETTED apartments as a business.







« Last Edit: September 05, 2012, 13:49 by SocialTransparency »

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Re: Narconon of Georgia,s current housing entity
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2012, 11:37 »
Not meant to derail, but Damian aka Darrell Javier Hall, is also listed as the registered agent and CEO of Georgia Energy Management Company.

Notice that he uses a different spelling for his first name as the registered agent vs that of CEO, similar to Matthew Hines, who used different spellings for his name as registered agent for several corp registrations.
http://corp.sos.state.ga.us/corp/soskb/Corp.asp?1649663

Hines info:
http://forum.reachingforthetippingpoint.net/index.php/topic,8424.msg25078.html#msg25078

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Re: Narconon of Georgia,s current housing entity
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2012, 13:01 »
Founder and current Discovery Course agent of record.

http://corp.sos.state.ga.us/corp/soskb/Agent.asp?3563765 (Active/Noncompliant)

Quote
ACTIVE/NONCOMPLIANCE   The entity is active upon the records of the Secretary of State, but is not in compliance because of failure to file an annual registration either within ninety (90) days of its initial filing date or by the statutory due date as required by Georgia Law.

http://corp.sos.state.ga.us/corp/soskb/Corp.asp?1664446

http://discoverycourse.com/current-students/


Berkley Landing Apts. Current Discovery Course location

http://www.berkeleylanding.com/berkeley-landing/



Berkley Landing lease application

http://www.abbotsglen.com/uploads/properties/apply_now_pdfs/original/605/GAA_Application.pdf?1311674248


Local community feedback

Quote
I have mixed feelings about Berkley Landing as I moved in May 1st. First, BL is a partially a  REHAB CENTER and they will not tell you this when you sign a lease. I personally found that to be quite dishonest in regard to my lease agreement, and creates an overall sense of distrust with the residents as they feel lied to and betrayed right off the start.. I would not feel so strong about this if they had the rehab tenants in their own buildings, instead they are strung out across the apartment complex. Also I would have liked to been told before they locked me in for a year lease, This is an issue to me mainly because of that

Here are the pros and cons

Cons:
First: it is possible many of them have criminal records and as a lot of people are out to better themselves, there are always bad apples in a bunch, as I ve seen for myself here at the Landing.

Second: They tend to congregate in the road blocking traffic at certain times of the day and are not always a friendly part of my community.

Third: They have security that keeps an eye on them and on one or more occasions I have had flashlights shined in my car when I m driving in my complex at night and am not treated friendly by the security officers as a friendly wave is never returned, I have also had to my surprise men wielding flashlights at 2 am around the back of my apartment building made me a little uneasy as I had not idea what was going on.

Another issue I have is that the apartment has absolutely no amenities, except a gorgeous pool that is not been open in 3 years, nor will, today is July 5, 2012 ( im sure when and if the pool does open the rehab people will treat it like their own spring break and push REAL!!!! residents away as they do when they are hording around the parking lots.) A tennis court exist that might as well be used as a rehab meeting center by the looks of it. There is no workout facility nor is there a laundry center either. The management is subpar thus far, but friendly at best.
Pros:
Lots of trees to keep shaded.
Security for rehab people keeps apts safer, but is very hard to get use to.
Plenty of parking as the rehab people don t drive.
Great location.
Decent apartment layout.

In conclusion:
I will write back in 3-6 months to update my feelings on this adventure. I wrote this post only to educate inquiring minds that will potentially think about moving in here and will not be told the true reality of the circumstances by the management. Power to social media!:P
I can be reached by email at:
rehabberkleylanding@gmail.com


Quote
Berkeley Landing: In dangerous decline. I have lived at Berkeley Landing apartments for the past 7 1/2 years. Obviously having lived here this long I have mostly enjoyed calling this my home. Unfortunately I have witnessed the stark decline and degradation of my quality of life in the last year or so.

The property has been, to a great extent, co-opted out as a drug rehab center. Multiple and entire apartment buildings on the property have been rented to a drug/alcohol rehab company. The residents of these buildings are allowed to run wild in the community, i.e. throwing trash and cigarettes on the grounds, gathering in large groups and being loud and loudly using profanity, and leaving their doors open and playing their televisions and stereos at high volumes. Two days ago one of the rehab residents approached me and asked if they could buy my Subway sandwich off me. I have communicated to the property management staff ad nauseum for months about this situation, but no significant steps have been undertaken to control and eradicate this behavior. In fact, the property management seems powerless, impotent and ultimately bothered to do anything about the situation. Sadly, as a result of the management's indifferent handling of these issues, I will be looking elsewhere for a home when my lease expires. Not recommended.


Narconon history may be repeating itself @ the Berkley Landing apartments. Read the lease agreement. Read up on what the law/codes are within the city of Duluth, Georgia and Gwinnett County Georgia in regard to rehabilitative housing. Pay particular attention to RE-LETTING of apartments and operation of said RE-LETTED apartments as a business.

Current Discovery Course website owner

http://www.networksolutions.com/whois-search/discoverycourse.com

http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/registry-data.jsp?domain=discoverycourse.com

http://www.networksolutions.com/whois/arin-details.jsp?domainTitle=discoverycourse.com&ip=174.121.237.123

http://newlifetreatment.org/
« Last Edit: September 05, 2012, 13:24 by SocialTransparency »

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