City of Hemet buying abandoned houses and using them for section 8!! WTF

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James

Moreno Valley, CA

#2 Nov 4, 2011
frogs1 wrote:
I WANT TO BE POSITIVE ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THIS CITY. ON THE OTHER HAND THE CITY WANTS TO BUY ABANDONED HOUSES AND USE THEM FOR SECTION 8!!!! EVERYONE AGREES THAT A BIG PROBLEM OUT HERE IS TO MUCH SECTION 8 AND NOW THEY ARE JUST INVITING MORE PEOPLE OUT HERE WHO DON'T HAVE JOBS AND DON'T RESPECT WHERE THEY LIVE! WHAT DO YOU think?
It's disgusting. There should be a cap on how many section 8 houses one city can have.
Booooo

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Nov 4, 2011
James wrote:
<quoted text>It's disgusting. There should be a cap on how many section 8 houses one city can have.
I could not agree more!
friend

AOL

#4 Nov 5, 2011
frogs1 wrote:
I WANT TO BE POSITIVE ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THIS CITY. ON THE OTHER HAND THE CITY WANTS TO BUY ABANDONED HOUSES AND USE THEM FOR SECTION 8!!!! EVERYONE AGREES THAT A BIG PROBLEM OUT HERE IS TO MUCH SECTION 8 AND NOW THEY ARE JUST INVITING MORE PEOPLE OUT HERE WHO DON'T HAVE JOBS AND DON'T RESPECT WHERE THEY LIVE! WHAT DO YOU think?
Hemet doesn't have the money to buy up vacant houses right now. So where are you getting your info?
jay

United States

#5 Nov 5, 2011
They are buying houses. Where are you getting your info from?
any shock

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Nov 6, 2011
this is what people with money do.. they make more money off the suffering of others
friend

AOL

#8 Nov 6, 2011
frogs1 wrote:
<quoted text> I got my information from the valley chronicle. They are talking about this being a good investment for the city. They also want to buy abandoned lots to build section 8 housing. This is what the people in city hall are proposing to do ASAP. I know there is no money but they are still working on getting approvals to make this happen.
I just read the valley chronicle online. NOTHING stated about nuying and converting to section 8. ONE article said the city bought a house to redevelop and sell for a profit but the house was to far gone. Check your facts.
californiagirl

Hemet, CA

#9 Nov 7, 2011
Good for the City of Hemet!! We need section 8 housing to help the low income working poor. Every Wal Mart, K Mart, department store, drive through restaurant, nurses aides, etc. that are earning minimum wage qualify for Section 8 housing. We don't have that many jobs in the Valley that pay a decent wage. Everyone deserves clean, safe, affordable housing. I am so sick of hearing about those who might move here who are low income or uneducated. If they were higher income or highly educated they would be moving to a more affluent area. This has always been a low income town. Why do you think the seniors started moving here to begin with and bought their little metal box homes. It was cheap living.
working poor

Moreno Valley, CA

#10 Nov 7, 2011
californiagirl wrote:
Good for the City of Hemet!! We need section 8 housing to help the low income working poor. Every Wal Mart, K Mart, department store, drive through restaurant, nurses aides, etc. that are earning minimum wage qualify for Section 8 housing. We don't have that many jobs in the Valley that pay a decent wage. Everyone deserves clean, safe, affordable housing. I am so sick of hearing about those who might move here who are low income or uneducated. If they were higher income or highly educated they would be moving to a more affluent area. This has always been a low income town. Why do you think the seniors started moving here to begin with and bought their little metal box homes. It was cheap living.
Most of those sect 8 homes goes to the minorities and the illegals that don't even have jobs, moron.
kat

Hemet, CA

#11 Nov 7, 2011
californiagirl wrote:
Good for the City of Hemet!! We need section 8 housing to help the low income working poor. Every Wal Mart, K Mart, department store, drive through restaurant, nurses aides, etc. that are earning minimum wage qualify for Section 8 housing. We don't have that many jobs in the Valley that pay a decent wage. Everyone deserves clean, safe, affordable housing. I am so sick of hearing about those who might move here who are low income or uneducated. If they were higher income or highly educated they would be moving to a more affluent area. This has always been a low income town. Why do you think the seniors started moving here to begin with and bought their little metal box homes. It was cheap living.
People on section 8 don't work...they lay around all day and cash their government check as soon as it arrives. Then they load up on beer, smokes and drugs. Section 8 drives neighborhoods down. People on section 8 are worthless government leeches.
joe

San Jose, CA

#14 Nov 7, 2011
californiagirl wrote:
Good for the City of Hemet!! We need section 8 housing to help the low income working poor. Every Wal Mart, K Mart, department store, drive through restaurant, nurses aides, etc. that are earning minimum wage qualify for Section 8 housing. We don't have that many jobs in the Valley that pay a decent wage. Everyone deserves clean, safe, affordable housing. I am so sick of hearing about those who might move here who are low income or uneducated. If they were higher income or highly educated they would be moving to a more affluent area. This has always been a low income town. Why do you think the seniors started moving here to begin with and bought their little metal box homes. It was cheap living.
You're fucktarded

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#15 Nov 7, 2011
friend wrote:
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Hemet doesn't have the money to buy up vacant houses right now. So where are you getting your info?
Council DOES have the money now, thanks to the sale of the refuse dept for $85 million over 20 years. Or was it 82m? Or 95m?$25 million to be paid "up-front". Whatever the number being thrown about now is, it sure will buy a lot of section 8 housing!

The sale of the city's own refuse dept was supposed to be in order to save the city's budget, and bolster the "general fund", thereby saving public safety, AKA Police and Fire. If PD and Fire are still being looked at as possible "outsourced" functions, I would suggest that the sale of refuse is yet another bullshit tactic by a greedy city council and manager.

Time will tell.......
friend

AOL

#16 Nov 8, 2011
frogs1 wrote:
<quoted text> I did't say it was this weeks issue! Although it was recently. They have not approved anything but they are talking about it. And i'm not talking about the article where some house was far gone WTF, NOT EVEN THE SAME ISSUE. NOW YOU DO SOME HOME WORK AND LOOK IN THE ARCHIVES IF YOU WANT TO SEE THE STORY. "FRIEND"
Ha Ha. I didnt have to look in the archives. I called the Valley Chronicle. They never heard of the article you are talking about.
See I do my HOMEWORK
californiagirl

Hemet, CA

#17 Nov 8, 2011
I've lived here for 45 years. It was a little one horse town and everything closed at noon on Saturday. Everyone wore cowboy hats and boots. Then they opened up the mobile home parks. Yes, people who moved here were comfortable as they invested their money from selling their property elsewhere and putting it in CD's. They bought their inexpensive mobile homes to live in and saved their money. We need those employees to work in all our retail stores, but they also need affordable housing. How can they make it if their rent is $700.00 to $1,000. per month if they have a family and are making minimum wage?? They really need Section 8 housing. If they are living in large apartment complexes it is all about management. Rules, rules, rules and enforce them. That's up to the city to make sure that the builder has good property mangement in place. I pray that these single family foreclosures are not going to be a problem with out-of-town owners. They'll rent to anybody as long as they pay the rent.
HEMET RULES

Sun City, CA

#20 Nov 8, 2011
friend wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha Ha. I didnt have to look in the archives. I called the Valley Chronicle. They never heard of the article you are talking about.
See I do my HOMEWORK
HOW OLD ARE YOU? YOU SOUND CHILDISH. WE ALL KNOW THIS IS TRUE. KEEP DOING MORE HOME work.
miss SAGE

Hemet, CA

#21 Nov 8, 2011
I was truly surprised to learn that so many elderly, single majority women are on Section 8 and SSI.

Are we not to care for our elderly?
Voice of reason

United States

#22 Nov 9, 2011
miss SAGE wrote:
I was truly surprised to learn that so many elderly, single majority women are on Section 8 and SSI.
Are we not to care for our elderly?
No. They should have planned better. And the op should bare the responsibility of providing valid sources of information on which they are complaining about.
friend

AOL

#23 Nov 9, 2011
frogs1 wrote:
<quoted text> A-hole why are you the only person in town who doesn't know about this! I read many papers and though i saw it on the chronicle since you wanted proof. Now do some more home work and look at the Press enterprise archives. Or go down to city hall and see what's being proposed. Why would i be making this up a-hole! And why does everyone know about this but you. Go do some more home work on this, because you got an F FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT!!
Look in the mirror and you will see who the a-hole is. You are nothing but a liar and a COMPLAINER. I called City Hall this morning. You have blown this whole thing out of left field. The city has bought up some property but not to use for section 8 housing.
You do some homework and for everyones sake. GROW UP. You don't even live in this area. So go blow.
White guy

Riverside, CA

#24 Nov 9, 2011
joe wrote:
<quoted text>LOVE IT LMFAO
You're fucktarded
LOVE IT LMFAO
WakeUpLady

Hemet, CA

#26 Nov 9, 2011
californiagirl wrote:
Good for the City of Hemet!! We need section 8 housing to help the low income working poor...
Sounds like just another clueless Dem voter.

Newsflash: the taxpayers don't owe you a living. Capisce?

I truly encourage people such as you to emigrate to Cuba, a socialist paradise less than 100 miles from the U.S.
friend

AOL

#27 Nov 10, 2011
frogs1 wrote:
<quoted text> FIRST OF ALL A HOLE, I NEVER SAID THE CITY HAS DONE THIS ALREADY! I ONLY SAID THAT THEIR WAS AN ARTICLE IN WHICH THEY SAID THEY WERE LOOKING INTO DOING THIS! AND I ONLY TOLD YOU TO GO TO CITY HALL TO SEE HOW DUM YOU WERE! AND SURE ENOUGH THEIR YOU GO. "CAN SOMEONE PLEASE GIVE THIS A-HOLE "FRIEND" A COPY OF THE ARTICLE. OR JUST TELL "FRIEND" TO SHUT THE HELL UP. YOU SOUND IGNORANT FRIEND SINCE THE HOLE TOWN KNOWS ABOUT THIS BUT YOU. p.s I LIVE IN THIS CITY TOWN A-HOLE!!!!!!!!!!
You are showing your ignorance and lack of intelligence.

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