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  The Penn Apartment Team has LIVE CHAT! This means our team will respond to your needs much more quickly The Agent App is easy to use and is built right into our website. The result? A more efficient team, less distraction and all the tools they need to provide exceptional customer support! Hello! How may I help you? Hi Denery, this is Lindsay with The Flats at Alta Palisades in Richardson We need a porter to help out a few days a weeks Hi Lindsay, thank you for reaching out to us. We can defiantly work on this for you. What would be you maintenance hours and who will they report to once they have arrived? It would be Mon, Wed & Fri. 8:30AM -5PM with a 30 min lunch. They would report to my maintenance director Castor Please feel free to email me at Thank you! Denery,

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