Skip to comments.Counties' plan to end homelessness starts with evicting people out of their homes...
Posted on 01/20/2013 7:05:23 AM PST by virgil283
"Beechcrest Mobile Home Park residents rip county officials....The county Housing Commission acquired the land at the mobile home park in September and plans to build between 33 and 50 one-room apartments for the chronically homeless...there were 46 homeless in North Laurel.....plans to build between 33 and 50 one-room apartments for the chronically homeless.... About 90 residents [of the trailer park] attended Thursday's meeting....'We are the Howard County Housing Commission, we provide affordable housing,' Carbo executive director of the Housing Commission said. 'We don't make people homeless'."
(Excerpt) Read more at baltimoresun.com ...
The Public Housing Projects. We just don’t learn.
And we all know what those homes will look like in two years...(if that long).
I think if the truth be known.. How-weird County wants to eliminate any trailer park communities. It doesn’t fit in “their image”. Having a trailer park is “trashy” but having low income homes for drug addicts, welfare moms, etc.. is progressive and kind. It’s how liberals think.
Got a problem?.....”look for - the union label.”..../sarc
Read the article...this is about affodable housing mandates in almost every community....though rarely enforced..
Coming soon to your neighborhood
“Coming soon to your neighborhood”.
In Montgomery Co, Md... it is already here and has been. A new community HAS to have a % of low income/HUD houses. Any planned community of new homes usually has a townhouse section within that neighborhood and a % of those are low income. One of those really neat progressive thoughts (/s).. if you can afford a home for say $500,000 dollars... you still need to be “involved” with lowlifes.
“Free, Thank God, Free at last!”
.. and some freepers wonder why Maryland FR’s just can’t wait to get the heck out. We have about three more years and we are gone as well. Nothing I leave in Maryland will be worth coming back to. That being said, I have heard the griping about how the low income townhomes aren’t the “end” units and don’t have the crown moldings, stainless appliances etc... It is all about “looking” equal instead of actually obtaining something yourself.
Sniff, sniff... Agenda 21... sniff, sniff.
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