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3 Comments

  1. Mike Johnston April 24, 2018 at 8:50 pm

    Colonel Snyder – step down and have a seat – you offer no real assistance – (I read his comment perfectly sir)

    Earl – find the VA rep for your county usually located in the county seat – make an appointment with him & let him know the problems you are having with your house – he may not be able to correct anything by himself, but at least he will know in which direction to forward your request for assistance –

  2. Colonel Snyder April 20, 2018 at 10:20 am

    Earl, first, you should find someone who can better articulate your grievance. As written here, it’s difficult to read and doesn’t make good sense. Until then, don’t write any more commentary yourself.

  3. Owens Earl Jr April 16, 2018 at 4:31 pm

    Who can I talk to about my the home I bout 4 years ago as a veteran I though I would be protected better it was inspected and pass but the air conditioner never work properly and after thousand of dollar it still not working wright who can I turn to

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