New York City is often known as “the city that never sleeps,” that used to be attributed to the hustle and bustle of city life, many attractions and activities to do early into the morning hours.
Now the city still never sleeps, but for a different reason: bed bugs. The rise of bed bugs in New York has been supremely detrimental to many New Yorker’s precious sleep time. For those who have things to accomplish during the day (which is most of us), the emotional and physical toll that bed bugs can take on a person can severely alter even the strongest willed people.
As if this epidemic isn’t bad enough, with the bed bugs breeding and multiplying in all types of establishments including: movie theaters, hotels (even 5 star ones), fitness clubs, office buildings, residential buildings, dormitories etc… I think you get the point, they’re everywhere.
The bad news is, it could be getting worse for renters. For residents of Arizona, it already has. According to KSAZ Fox 10 Phoenix, a new law has gone into effect less than two weeks ago that basically puts more of the onus on renters and takes away some responsibility of property owners and management companies, with regards to their liability concerning bed bugs.
According to KSAZ, the new law: