NY Adds Funds To Affordable Housing A...

NY Adds Funds To Affordable Housing Amid Subprime Crisis

There are 1 comment on the WNBC New York story from Apr 20, 2008, titled NY Adds Funds To Affordable Housing Amid Subprime Crisis. In it, WNBC New York reports that:

It had been about three months since Gloria Collery was able to pay her mortgage, and she was scared.

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Catherine

Saratoga Springs, NY

#1 May 2, 2008
In the "old" days, communities would band together to help their neighbors in times of crisis. You see a little of it today but not enough. The community could get together and have a "pancake breakfast" or some function to help this woman, Ms Collery, from losing her home. So many struggle to get where they are only to hit a roadblock like this. Wouldn't it be great to watch the news and see reports of good deeds rather than just murder, incest, child abuse, animal abuse and robberies? I really can't watch the news anymore...it is extremely depressing.

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