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seenitB4
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seenitB4 12/12/11 - 07:20 am
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Merry Christmas is

Merry Christmas is right....hohoho.....

angedelune
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angedelune 12/12/11 - 07:29 am
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why does this area have to

why does this area have to ruin EVERYTHING with low income housing? Bon-air hosted presidents, now it's in disrepair. Downtown has Richmond Summit and Maxwell House, there is a huge development right beside the GreenJackets stadium. Atlanta and Savannah got the right idea and moved the housing OUT of the city limits and provided bus lines and other transport.

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eb97 12/12/11 - 10:55 am
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ange.. I believe they tried

ange.. I believe they tried that in Augusta with housing to be placed in Goshen, the property owners did not let that happen.

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PhiloPublius 12/12/11 - 08:45 pm
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Here's an idea. Why doesn't

Here's an idea. Why doesn't the government just stay out of housing altogether?
It would cut down on deadbeats if they weren't getting a free ride. And the government doesn't have the money anyway.

Heck, while we're at it, lets kick the govt. out of the education system too.

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Chillen 12/13/11 - 03:27 pm
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They shouldn't

They shouldn't have........But they did!

At least 2 commissioners were FULLY aware of what this was and the other 3 didn't even bother to read the proposal before voting on it - they just listened to "Bossman Cross".

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