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Jimmy

Huntsville, AL

#1 Sep 18, 2009
My father lives on, and will soon retire in his home on Logan Drive. There are a lot of retired people, and families with young children in that neighborhood that can't, and shouldn't have to fend against the crime that will follow the arrival of public housing projects. This is an outrage.
CCarter

Madison, AL

#2 Oct 1, 2009
Jimmy wrote:
My father lives on, and will soon retire in his home on Logan Drive. There are a lot of retired people, and families with young children in that neighborhood that can't, and shouldn't have to fend against the crime that will follow the arrival of public housing projects. This is an outrage.
I agree Jimmy..this is an outrage. The elderly will be targets for the black gangs, property will be vandalized and the police can't do anything to prevent it from happening. Why is HHA determined to destroy South Huntsville?
Get Real

United States

#3 Oct 2, 2009
CCarter wrote:
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I agree Jimmy..this is an outrage. The elderly will be targets for the black gangs, property will be vandalized and the police can't do anything to prevent it from happening. Why is HHA determined to destroy South Huntsville?
Because it is the politically correct thing to do. We don't want thieves, drug addicts, and gangs to have to drive to the neighborhood to rob and maim. We need to save gas and just move them in right next door. Much more convenient that way, don't you think?
michelle

Huntsville, AL

#4 Oct 3, 2009
Anyone been watching the news lately? 7 meth busts on Mahogany Row. Unfortunately, residents surrounding Stone Manor aren't the only ones with concerns about our great new neighbors.
mike

Huntsville, AL

#5 Oct 5, 2009
Jimmy wrote:
My father lives on, and will soon retire in his home on Logan Drive. There are a lot of retired people, and families with young children in that neighborhood that can't, and shouldn't have to fend against the crime that will follow the arrival of public housing projects. This is an outrage.
Get a life crime is all over the city an the county.I happen to live on the south side also things do happen on this side of town,maybe not like in other areas of the city,but crime happens.Whats a OUTRAGE is close to80million dollars on a jail.Cutting millions to schools.Helping ppl strive to do better.Dont think so

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