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Should have long-term rate pricing
For people who need to have storage because of a small residence & are therefore in need of storage for long term (ex. more than one year), Public Storage should develop pricing that rewards person for long term use vs. paying month to month and maybe only getting first month free or for $1.
Place to put your stuff
It'sa storage place. Nothing fancy. I liked that I could access my things until 9 pm, but it seems a homeless person has taken up residence (folding chair, bags of possessions, etc.) under the overhang of the building where my items are stored. While he appears harmless, I'm not keen on being there alone after dark.
- Ann Marie Pozzini
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