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"If the landlord gives me more time and we have warm weather, I could make more money," said Alvarez, who turns 77 this month. "I work every day and I lose $200."
Barbara Chupa, who runs a local insurance company and has managed the property for 10 years, said it's unlikely that Alvarez will be on the street soon, because it can take a long time to legally kick someone out for nonpayment of rent.
"[But] I have to proceed because the owner can't let you stay there for nothing," Chupa said.
Of course, this is already dated given Bob Arihood's most recent report.