Stettler apartments limited, town in ‘deteriorated’ state

I have been looking for an apartment since I returned to Stettler seven months ago and have hit a brick wall.

Dear Editor:

I have been looking for an apartment since I returned to Stettler seven months ago and have hit a brick wall.

Being a senior, on a fixed income, I am in need of a one bedroom apartment. I am presently living in a townhouse and the utilities are very high. I cannot afford it on a fixed income.

There are properties out there, but the problem is that I have a small (five-pound) poodle and landlords will not accept dogs.

Some of the properties I have looked at should be condemned. I am very disappointed at how this nice, friendly town has deteriorated.

I guess I made a mistake coming back here to retire and be close to my grandchildren. How sad — I once thought very highly of Stettler, but now my opinion of the town is not a positive one.

Actually, I have experienced an attitude in a lot of businesses and the town itself that suggests, ‘Go elsewhere,’ which is exactly what I intend to do. Thank you.

Di-ann Piche

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