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Governor asks for housing mission

April 22, 2013


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Apr-24-13 8:25 AM

Concerned... the content of your comment is why it is a tough situation. It sounds like insurance companies are screwing people over left and right too. Like Cartman on South Park says.. I'm out of control, respect my authority.

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Apr-23-13 12:08 PM

Yes but these baby boomers 1st Generation rebuilt and will go to their graves with a mortgage...What about these people who didn't qualify for anything but don't make enough for living?

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Apr-23-13 8:17 AM

This is a tough one, my guess is that these people who remain in the FEMA trailers have seen housing cost escalate out of their reach. The results of the huge increase in housing cost caused by the flood has taken the cost of housing out of reach for most people on fixed and disability incomes. It is inevitable we will need more and more low income housing as the huge baby boomer generation retires. This is truly a drop in the bucket compared to what will be needed in the not to distant future in every city in the State. We have to be fair and give help proportionally to each town based on population.

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