I live in an apartment with my mom that are more like a set of duplexes. We decided to have cable installed. We've lived

here for over 7 years and are the only apartment without a cable line. Our landlord agreed and sent us a letter giving the

cable company permission. When the installer came, he told me our landlord said they couldn't run the line outside so he

would have to go underneath through the crawlspace. Luckily the entry to it is in our apartment. As soon as the installer

dropped down into it, he called me over and showed me that there was water as far as we could see and that he

couldn't install it until they pumped it out. He also said that it was extremely important it was removed because of health

concerns. My mom called our landlord that evening and they said they'd come fix it. Three weeks later, the maintenance

man came and determined that there was a leak coming from an empty apartment and that the pipe from our bathtub

had come apart and it was draining right into the crawlspace. He said he'd be back to fix it all and pump the water out.

He came back three weeks after that to fix a leak in a sink, but never went back under the building. He once again told

me he'd be back to fix the problem. It's now been 5 weeks since then and a total of 11 weeks since the initial call to

them about the problem. We're concerned that mold is growing underneath. Is there a way to report them or at least

have some type of authority check it out and tell them to fix it? Should we call a company ourselves and take it out of

the rent? I can hear the water pouring out every time I take a bath. My mom is concerned that they'll punish us if we report them. I feel that they've taking advantage of the

situation and the fact that she's apprehensive about reporting them. Any advice you guys can offer will be greatly