where’s YOUR key?
Lemme tell you what I don’t understand.
My apartment building doesn’t require a key to get from the parking garage to the elevator. It requires a key to get from the elevator to the parking garage, the same one you use to open the garage door to drive your car in. Okay. That is weird; I would expect it to be the other way around, so that it’s the building that is secure from people coming in, instead of the parking garage being secure from people trying to go out. Fine.
Tonight, at about 12:30, ie half past midnight, I go from my car to the elevator, and when I open the door it hits a suitcase, frightening the life out of me. A family is waiting, with a large suitcase, to get into the parking garage. Am I missing something here? If they have a car, surely they have the entrance key? Guess not. I hope they didn’t miss their flight or anything waiting for me to happen along. This has happened before, people asking me to let them into the parking garage so they can access their car.
What else happens, is when I am driving my car in, some person will sneak in on foot, behind me, walking into the parking garage, instead of going in the front door. Yes, I feel secure. I wrote a letter to the building manager about it when I moved in cause I didn’t feel right about it. From time to time I still see people do this. I wonder if the family doesn’t have enough lobby entrance keys, so some family members enter through the parking garage car door.
Am I missing something? Is this normal apartment building stuff?