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#1 Aug 30, 2013
When I had to work for a living (now retired) I lived where I could afford to live. Sometimes I drove 20-30 miles to a job but I made it work. We didn't ask (just an example) Beverly Hills to reduce their living standards so that I could buy a house there. So are we to believe that Rita Kurelja wants EP to reduce the overall living standards so that people with, say, a lesser income than mine, can afford to live here? I worked solid for close to 50 years to be able to be where I am and never demanded anything from anyone to insure my well being. Is there any reason people now adays can't do the same thing? Just wondering
#2 Aug 30, 2013
You obviously don't know Rita. She was appointed to this job because she was a close Realtor friend of Eric Blackhurst. She has been there since Housing inception. Quite a cushy job. These realtors stick together!
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