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KUDO"S to Jason for mentoring thru to success!!!!!!!
This project is going to help relieve some of the employee level housing crisis....
Once again GREAT JOB Jason !!!!!!!!!!
The real question is what is "affordable".... The pressure is on from builders to create buildable lots as there are none left... history shows its always under the guise of "affordable".
A 400K+ home will not fix the underlying issues with the local workforce.
Across from Little Toots..... there is a real lack of parking now.... hopefully there will be no parking exceptions made for this project.....
Actually you have an excellent point.... wonder if I can charge for using my water rights...... you can stop people from floating thru your property on the river as its private property,,,, ummmmm very very interesting concept.... upstream water is already owned in a way..... OK legal scholars out there... lets hear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
AH !!! but the real real question.......... What is affordable???? Are we talking rental or buying??? The pressure is on as local builders have no land to build on for the most part... so of course its all about "affordable"... in the areas this story talks about the lowest cost home at the moment is 350-400K...
Yes the city and county needs to open up the faucet... but once it does for whom will it benefit... does the local government implement rent or price controls to insure "affordability"??
to the streets !! build the barricades..... off w their heads....
By the way what's up with, for the most part, no mail on Monday in the boxes...... I have stuff that goes out in Thurs mail from Denver every week and it never fails that it gets to me on Tuesday even Wednesday here in the boat.
What's up with no trash Cans in the Post Office anymore.... trash everywhere...... sign says "no recycling".... I thought the Feds were always thinking Green......
LOL I am sure Wyndham is quite delighted with this portrayal
"his wife has some cognitive mental issues," was that necessary to put in the story....
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