Page Seventeen

OCTOBER 4, 2016

( Referring to Document # 51) – On this day Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy completed a yearly inspection of the Applicant’s unit. At that time the Applicants husband was home during the inspection and showed Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy all the problems with in the unit that have existed since August 2015 that still have not been repaired.

  • Missing outside storm window
  • Bathroom ceiling
  • Stove not working

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated she “ will need to have a contractor come in to fix the bathroom ceiling and Russell will be by Friday to measure the missing window so I can give the measurement to the glass company. ”

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy also stated that she “ will work on getting another stove for you immediately. ”

This interaction between Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy and the Applicants husband went without any issues.

OCTOBER 7, 2016

( Referring to Document # 52) – Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy husband, Russell Reddy showed up at the Applicants unit and measured the missing outside storm window that needed to be replaced.

The Applicants husband and Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy had a brief discussion about the bathroom ceiling and when they can expect a contractor in to fix it.

This interaction between Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy and the Applicants husband went without any issues.

OCTOBER 11, 2016

( Referring to Document # 53 ) – The Applicant and her family find a letter in their mailbox by Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stating that there will be an annual fire inspection on October 19, 2016 between 9:00am and 5:00pm.   

OCTOBER 12, 2016

( Referring to Document # 54 ) – Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy serves the Applicant with a Notice of Entry for Annual Fire Inspection for October 19, 2016, even though there was a previous Annual Fire Inspection of the entire building 4 months earlier in June 2016 that was done by Alto Properties Inc. employee Angie and her husband Alto Properties Inc. employee Chris.

OCTOBER 14, 2016

( Referring to Document # 55 ) – Two days later, Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy now serves the Applicant another Notice of Entry dated for October 17, 2016 between 9:00am and 5:00pm to again measure and replace the missing outside storm window.

October 17, 2016

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy and Ace Glass technician were supposed to attend the Applicants unit to measure and replace the missing outside storm window between the hours of 9:00am and 12:00pm.

The Applicants husband waited inside the unit from 9:00am to 11:30am when he had to run down the street ( Kennedy Road ) to take his daughter her lunch that she forgot when leaving that morning to catch the bus for   school.

Upon leaving the unit at 11:30am the Applicants husband placed a yellow stick it/post it note on the unit door stating “ Sorry, be right back, daughter forgot lunch ” 

When the Applicants husband returned to the unit at 11:40am, he noticed that the stick it/post it note was still on the door and no one was waiting for him and there was nothing else was present.

At 1:30pm the Applicants husband again left the unit to go to All Premium to get some meat for the family’s dinner that night.

When the Applicant returned at 2:40pm he noticed Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy sitting in the office on the computer, listening to the radio. After he entered the unit, he noted the time because he realized that had only 20 minutes before he had to go and meet with a lunchroom staffer named Val from the kids school, where he would also be picking up his children from the school bus around the corner at 3:10pm.

At 3:00pm as the Applicants husband left the unit early and as he opened the unit door and a fold piece of paper fall onto the floor in the hallway.

( Referring to Document # 56 ) – The Applicants husband picked up the paper, opened it and realized that it was a 2nd Notice of Entry dated for the very next day – October 18, 2016 for Ace Glass between the hours again of 9:00am and 12:00pm.

On the 2nd Notice of Entry Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “ Due to scheduling with their contractors. They had to reschedule for tomorrow. “

The Applicants husband thinking about his timeline form earlier that day, the Applicants husband realized that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy had to have served the 2nd Notice of Entry sometime after he returned from the grocery store no earlier than 2:40pm, and no later than 2:59pm.

This meant that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was again requesting entry in the Applicants unit without EVER GIVING THE APPLICANT THE REQUIRED 24 HOURS PROPER NOTICE as mandated by the Ontario Residential Tenancies Act when requesting entry into a unit that day.

Like on August 29, 2016, it once again appears that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy had more than enough time and working options to inform the Applicant of the cancelation by Ace Glass throughout the day, but instead Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy chose not to inform the Applicant no less than 2 hours and 40 minutes at the earliest time after the schedule time frame had pasted.

At this time Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy can no longer say she could not find a working phone number for the Applicant, therefore she could not have texted her, called her, emailed her or even came to the unit and just knocked on the door and spoke to Applicant or whoever answered the door or simple just slide a note under the door explaining the situation.

But yet once again, it appears just like on August 29, 2016, Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy just enjoyed the idea of deliberately inconvenience the Applicant and her family by making them sit around waiting for 3 hours for an appointment that again only she knew was never going to happen that day.

Note: The statement “  Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy just enjoyed the idea of deliberately inconvenience the Applicant and her family by making them sit around waiting for 3 hours for an appointment that again only she knew was never going to happen that day.” above will be confirmed as factual on October 20, 2016.

The Applicant and her husband at this time began to wonder if Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy even booked an appointment for the day? It seemed like a very strange coincidence that on 2 different occasions, two different professional companies had to cancel at the last minute, unexpectedly after being book so many days in advance.

Again it appears just like August 29, 2016, that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy enjoyed trying to deliberately inconvenience and stress the Applicant and her husband by rescheduling appointments for the very next day ( back to back ) without even trying to be cooperative, polite or have the common decency to inquire if the Applicant could be around that next day, as it was under the 24 hour time period that is mandated by the Ontario Residential Tenancies Act

So again, why is it that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy not;

  • Knocked on door?
  • Slide a note under the door?
  • Call the Applicant?
  • Text the Applicant?
  • Email the Applicant?
  • Tell the Applicants husband as he came into the building at 2:40pm?

Was it, as it appears that again Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was hoping that the Applicant or her husband could not be presence the following day after she took it upon herself to reschedule the return of Ace Glass for the following day? 

Was Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was hoping that this could be another great opportunity for her get into the Applicants unit without anyone being present so she could look around and report back to Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio and his son Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio on what she had seen and found?

It could appear that maybe Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was hoping the Applicant would refuse them entry so she could serve her with a second illegal N5 – Notice to End your Tenancy for Interfering with others, Damage or overcrowding with in a 7day period as a way to continue to build a case to have the Applicant and her family removed from the building.

It does appear that again Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was deliberately inconvenience the Applicant and her family by rescheduling Ace Glass the following day without even considering the idea of just consulting with the Applicant to see if it works for her, since it was under the 24 hour time period as mandated by the Ontario Residential Tenancies Act.

With the rescheduling by Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy of Ace Glass the following day. The Applicant and her husband realized that this was almost the exact duplicate situation like the Terminix Canada scheduling issues back on August 29, 2016. 

( Referring to Document # 57, 58 ) – That night at 6:38pm the Applicant forwarded a letter via an email to Alto Properties Inc. owners Luigi Liscio and his son Anthony Liscio and employee Stella Reddy addressing once again her concerns in regards to their deliberately inability and willingness to cooperate or to be reasonable.  

The Applicant stated “ I am forwarding this email to inform you that I will not be allowing you access to my unit ( 303 ) on October 18, 2016 as you have request to once again look at replacing the window that you have not been able to fix since I first requested it in or about September 2015. Once again you set the time and the date for your convenience, and once again you failed to show up as scheduled. In the future I will inform you when I will be able to allow you access to my unit regarding the window. As this is not an emergency issue, there is certainly no sense of urgency that would require it to be done immediately which would inconvenience me and family. ”

The Applicant did not provided any reason for not allowing the Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy and Ace Glass access to her unit, nor did she have to. Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy’s Notice of Entry clearly could not have fallen under the 24 hour time period as mandated by the Ontario Residential Tenancies Act.

The Applicant also addressed the issue of a 2nd annual fire inspection within a 4 month period. The Applicant stated “ In regards to the fire inspection dated for October 19, 2016. The previous super attendants ( Angie and Chris) have already performed this same fire inspection ( smoke detectors ) in or about June of 2016 changing the batteries. There is no absolutely no need for a second inspection in my unit within a 4 month time period. “

Please note that the word Annual that is placed in the City of Toronto and/or Fire Marshal bylaws for testing, meaning it is required only 1 time a year.

Annual is defined as – occurring once every year.

What Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was performing would be considered a Semi-Annual fire inspection of the Applicants unit which is not required by the City of Toronto or Fire Marshall Office.

Semi-Annual is defined as – occurring twice a year; half-yearly.

( Referring to Document # 54 ) – Even Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy acknowledges and refers to it as “ Annual Fire Inspection ” on the Notice of Entry dated for October 19, 2016.

The Applicant goes on to address the issue of how it appears that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy is just setting dates at her own convenience and could not be bothered to have the common decency or the respect to even at least TRY ONCE, to work with the Applicant and her family in regards to these off-the-cuff appointments she sets.

The Applicant stated “ I have given you access to my unit on 3 separate occasions already within the last month and half, and each time you have made no attempts to try and accommodate myself or my family in regards to the time and dates and if they worked for us or not. ”

“ It also again appears to me that you are also deliberately screwing up dates in hopes of again trying to get into my unit alone with someone being there. I am not sure what your fascination is with getting into my unit unattended? ”

Correction

“ It also again appears to me that you are also deliberately screwing up dates in hopes of again trying to get into my unit alone without someone being there. I am not sure what your fascination is with getting into my unit unattended? “

The Applicant also clearly stated that she was tired of people coming in and out of the unit and nothing getting done. She was also tired of Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy setting up appointments for her own convenience and then no one shows up and that she is never giving any form of notice or update of the cancellation until the scheduled time has expired even though there is enough time and reliable working methods to get in contact with the her.

Instead Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy always choses the most inconvenient way to contact the Applicant, and it is always after the scheduled time frame has passes.“Obviously you are not capable of, or just don’t care about what myself and family have planned for the week enough to following up with contractors and informing me in a properly, professional or even in a reasonable manner of any “sudden” changes. So from this date forward we will work together to ensure that things are done properly and respectfully of everyone schedules and rights.

OCTOBER 19, 2016

Sometime mid-morning Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio knocked on the Applicants unit door. The Applicants husband answered the door and allowed Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio, Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy and his fire inspector/contractor into the unit, despite this had now become a Semi-Annual fire inspection which is not required by the City of Toronto or Fire Marshall Office.

 This is confirmed and was clearly stated in the Applicant October 17, 2016 letter that “ The previous super attendants ( Angie and Chris) have already performed this same fire inspection ( smoke detectors ) in or about June of 2016 changing the batteries. There is no absolutely no need for a second inspection in my unit within a 4 month time period. ”

Upon entering the Applicants unit, Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio stated in a courteous and respectful manner “  I read the letter Allison sent the other night, I would like to talk with you guys about it? ”

The Applicants husband stated “ yeah, that’s Kool, when? ”

Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio replied “ What time will Allison be home? ”

The Applicants husband replied “ in about an hour ”

Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio replied “ Great, when we are done here, I will come back in about an hour and we can talk about it than ”

It appeared that unlike the son, Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio, Alto Properties Inc. owner Louie Liscio had no problems coming to the Applicants unit the next day for a Semi-Annual Fire Inspection and to discuss the previous letter sent on October 17, 2016. 

Alto Properties Inc. owner Louie Liscio was courteous and respectful when speaking with the Applicants husband about the issues in their previous letter sent October 17, 2016.

While checking the smoke detector in the unit, the inspector/contractor noticed that the smoke alarm battery had been unplugged, but was still in the unit.

The Applicants husband explained that back in June just before Alto Properties Inc. employee Angie and Alto Properties Inc. employee Chris were fired, that the Applicant had spoken to Alto Properties Inc. employee Angie about the unit continuously beeping.

The Applicants husband explained that they had even changed and put in a lower quality battery and also a higher end battery into the unit and the problem persisted. So they had no choice than to unplug the battery while waiting for Alto Properties Inc. employee Angie or Chris to replace the unit.

During this time the family had lost track of the problem and never thought to re-inform Alto Properties Inc. a       2nd time on the problem.

( Referring to Document # 6 ) – But, the Applicant at the time also explained to Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio and the fire inspector/contractor that they still had 4 other working smoke detectors in the unit.

The Applicant opened the two bedroom doors immediately to his right and pointed that there was a working smoke detector in each room on the ceilings. And he also explained that there was also a 2nd smoke detector in Applicants closet.

The Applicants husband also walked into the living room area, where he pointed out the 4th working unit above the computer desk area.

Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio returned to the hallway and requested that Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy replace the battery and if the problems still persist, they will have to change the unit itself.

After the Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy removed the old battery and replaced it with a brand new one. Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio stated “ We will come back in about an hour to see how everything is.

The Applicants husband replied “ Kool ”.

The Applicants husband and Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio also had a brief discussion about the bathroom ceiling and when they can expect a contractor in to fix it.

At that point everyone, Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio, Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy and the fire inspector/contractor left the unit.

Just under an hour later, Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio, Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy and the fire inspector/contractor returned to the Applicants unit. Again the Applicants husband invited them in and explained that the unit had once again started continuously beeping.

At that time Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio heard the beeping and asked, Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy to replace the old unit with a new one.   Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy completed the task and the fire inspector/contractor was satisfied with the work.

Before leaving Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio stated “ Allison is not here yet? ”

The Applicants husband replied “ No, not yet, I just talked to her on the phone, she will be here just now. ”

Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio stated “ okay, I will come back in a bit, and we can talk  when she gets home ”

Again the Applicants husband replied “ Kool. ”

With this interaction between the Applicants husband and Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio, Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy and the fire inspector/contractor, there were absolutely no issues as the Applicants husband was fully cooperative.

After the Applicant got home shortly after everyone left, they realized that after night had fallen, that Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio had lied about his “  I read the letter Allison sent the other night, I would like to talk with you guys about it? “ and his numerous offers to return.

Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio lied as a tactic and a tool to negotiate his way into the unit for the Semi-Annual fire inspection without ever having any intentions of returning to deal with the Applicants concerns about Alto Properties Inc. or racist employee Stella Reddy.

( Referring to Document # 71 ) – Later that day Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy sends an email at 16:48 to only Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio.

“ Hi Anthony, Just so you are aware, the techs are done with the units. Russell is not impressed as they rushed and didn’t give him much time to make notes. Louie stayed with them as well. imagine, about an hour to do all the units here. That is rushed. They got into 303. They found the detector not working there, as the battery was missing. Was told by her partner that he removed it after battery was replaced in June as it was still beeping and said that they were told it would be replaced. Yet, in the letter she sent she didn’t say any of that, just that it was fine as the battery was already changed. No mention in her letter that it still beeped, that they removed the battery due to this beeping. Want me to have them charged under the Fire Code? I checked the file and no mention of replacing the smoke detector, just that the battery was replaced due to beeping in June. Regards, Stella ”

This emails confirms that;

  • The smoke detector was checked on Ocotber19, 2016.

“ Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 4:18 PM ”

  • Confirms June’s Fire Inspection by Alto Properties Inc. employee Angie

“ just that the battery was replaced due to beeping in June. ”

  • Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio and Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy were present at the  Semi-Annual Fire inspection.

Russell is not impressed as they rushed and didn’t give him much time to make notes. “

“ Louie stayed with them as well. “

( Referring to Document # 11 ) – It is at this point that again the Applicant and her husband become confused by Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy statements, just like her letter of August 1, 2016, where it was proven that she had clearly and deliberately written this previous letter in a way to cast an unfavorable light upon the Applicant and her husband.

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “ They found the detector not working there, as the battery was missing. “.

This is opposite to what the Applicants husband clearly stated and admitted that he had unplugged the battery, and that it was not missing.

It appears that either Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was misinformed by her husband Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy, or she figured it sounded worse that the battery had be physically removed verses just unplugged.

 Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “ Yet, in the letter she sent she didn’t say any of that, just that it was fine as the battery was already changed. “

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy statement that the Applicant stated the smoke detector was “ Fine “ is totally inaccurate and in fact the Applicant never made such a claim.

What the Applicant stated was “ The previous super attendants ( Angie and Chris) have already performed this same fire inspection ( smoke detectors ) in or about June of 2016 changing the batteries. “

The Applicant clearly does not mention the word “ FINE ” and yet again, Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy makes false statements on behave of the Applicant to help her case to try having the Applicant charged under the fire code.

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “ No mention in her letter that it still beeped, that they removed the battery due to this beeping. ”

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy is clearly again making up lies to again get permission from Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio to have the Applicant charged under the fire code.

Neither the Applicant nor her husband ever claimed that back in June 2016, had the battery changed due to “ Beeping ”.  Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “No mention in her letter that it still beeped ”,  it still “ beeped ” after what?  The Annual Fire Inspection in June 2016?

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “ I checked the file and no mention of replacing the smoke detector just that the battery was replaced due to beeping in June. ”

Again Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy is apparently confused as the Applicants husband has NEVER claimed the smoke detector unit was replaced back in June 2016, just that the batteries for all 5 units were replaced.

It appears that at this time Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy is fabricating lies against the Applicant and her husband to Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio.

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was making these false statements on behalf of the Applicant and her husband to help her case to try and have the Applicant charged under the fire code.

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy stated “ Want me to have them charged under the Fire Code? ”

Now saving the best till last. Again we see Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy desire of hate against the Applicant, her husband and family.

It is this type of Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour or OCD that is not normal behaviour. Despite the Applicant having 4 other smoke detectors in the unit that were paid and installed by the Applicant and her husband.

Despite that they did notify the previous Alto Properties Inc. employee Angie.

Despite the Applicant and her husband at no times put their own or their children’s lives at risk of death due to inadequate or non-working smoke detectors.

It is clear that the entire email is solely written to cast an unfavorable light on the Applicant and her husband with Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio, but why?

It appears in the end, Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy wanted permission from Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio to “ have them charged under the Fire Code? “

What is interesting is that the Applicants husband has videos of the unit #308, just down the hall from them where that smoke detector there has been beeping every 35 seconds since February of this year ( 2018 ).  Up until the day this Application was filed.

You can hear the unit beeping from inside the Applicants unit, 5 units away. And yet  Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy has never issued any warning letters to correct the fault battery, or possible like the Applicants unit, smoke detector.

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy has been to units #305 and #306 since they moved out to review the unit before and after renovations. Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy has been in and out of the unit of numerous occasions to show the units. He husband has been on the 3rd floor on numerous occasions, to many to count, to sweep and mop the floors.

In fact at the time of completing this document, Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was on the same floor entering unit # 306 at 13:15 and 16:30 showing potential tenants the units.

Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy was literally 15 feet away from unit #308 where the beeping could be heard as she walked down the hall, coming and going from the empty unit.

And yet we will assume that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy has still made no request to fix or resolve that problem let alone ask Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio for permission to have the fire Marshall involved.

It is clear that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy did not want the Applicant and her husband charged due to any safety reasons. In actuality she could not as there we 4 other working smoke detectors in the unit. She only wanted permission from Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio to have them charged as another way to enjoy trying to deliberately inconvenience and stress the Applicant and her family.

Again, like her August 1, 2016 letter, it shows that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy had some form of an alternative and personal motive behind her actions.

The Applicant would also like to take this time to point out a few little quirky things about this email.

“ Hi Anthony, Just so you are aware, the techs are done with the units. Russell is not impressed as they rushed and didn’t give him much time to make notes. Louie stayed with them as well ”

It appears that Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy is now a Fire Inspector expert as he has spoken to his wife Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy about his concern over the “ rushed ” job that was done by the hired professional.

It also appears that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy agrees as she found the need to relay the message to Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio.

It appears that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy is not only an expert on the use of Cockroach powder when she lectured the Applicants husband back on September 2, 1016 in what appeared to be an attempt to bait him into some form of verbal altercation.

Now Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy and her Alto Properties Inc. employee Russell Reddy now experts on the length of time it should require to check smoke alarms in a 30 +, 5 story building.

But what strike the Applicant and her husband as being interesting is that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy only emails Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio about it. And in fact implies that the father, Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio is part of the problem as he “ stayed with them as well ”, implying that he condoned this “ rushed ” job and never slowed it down so it could be done properly.

It appears that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy has a preference as to who she deals with. Just like the meeting that the two of them tried to set up for the day before with the Applicant. It was Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy speaking on behalf of Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio only.

It again appeared that Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy had not included the father in her correspondence with what appears to be her preferred owner Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio.

One has to wonder what is said during these private correspondence between Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy and Alto Properties Inc. owner Anthony Liscio that the father Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio doesn’t know about?

One has to wonder how much bad mouthing outside of this known  email Alto Properties Inc. employee Stella Reddy has done with her preferred Alto Properties Inc. owner  Anthony Liscio about his father Alto Properties Inc. owner Luigi Liscio?