Low income housing in Tehachapi?

Low income housing in Tehachapi?

There are 7 comments on the Tehachapi News story from Oct 26, 2007, titled Low income housing in Tehachapi?. In it, Tehachapi News reports that:

I just read the article "Say no to low income housing" by Sheri Hopkins. So I'm curious to know what you all think about low-income housing. via Tehachapi News

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Tehachapi News.

Sarah J Vaughn

AOL

#1 Nov 7, 2007
Low income housing!!!! well! thats a very interesting topic. I feel that low income apartment management should be more strict about who they let move in.I notice people always hanging out, loud, rude, lazy! and it just makes the apartments look really trashy! Low income apartments should be for families or single parents who are not able to afford luxury living, who are actually trying to better themselves and get to a point where they can stand on there feet again. People who have better incomes should not be allowed on the low income list ever! its just a way for them to be lazy! and take up an apartment thats truly meant for someone who needs the help!
bus rider

Temecula, CA

#2 May 9, 2009
i think it would be good for couples or a single
who are living on social security only and would
like to get out of the city.
Longtime Resident

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jun 16, 2009
What do you think about Halfway Homes in Bear Valley Springs? How convienent, get out of prison and walk to your new residence. Why not, the offenders are used to living behind a gate. Well If the owner of the alleged home on Bear Valley Rd. figures out a way that is exactly what she is going to do with her property. Call the E.C.C. and tell them how you feel about having convicts for neighbors while the owner of the property profits from it.
Brandon

Fresno, CA

#4 Feb 22, 2014
Low income housing in Tehachapi speaks for it's self. Tehachapi is experiencing the worst crime epidemic in it's history.

When Tehachapi got the green light for a higher percentage of low income housing Tehachapi became a haven for criminals.

If you are aware of illegal activity in any rental unit, low income/section 8 or private home you can report it to the County of Kern. The city ordnance states that if an owner of this type of property has complaints they must remedy the problem. My experience with the City of Tehachapi has been negative. It was suggested to me to take my complaint to the County level if the City of Tehachapi continued to ignore us. Myself and my neighbors are in the process of having the County of Kern contact the owner of the low income property where the illegal activity is occurring.

Tehachapi council members and the Mayor are not concerned with the crime and criminals they are attracting to Tehachapi. They are only concerned on how to accommodate those thugs. The city is giving them free housing and a place to shop and steel, their own WalMart, the retail store geared toward low life's.

squeezers

“Deport them all deport Now”

Since: Aug 13

The Woods

#5 Feb 23, 2014
This will be the end of Tehachapi as we now know it.
Anybody remember what quartz Hill was like before low income housing came in??
Peter

Sacramento, CA

#6 Feb 23, 2014
Tehachapi has really taken a turn for the worst. My mother lives in Bear Valley and say's the crime in that area is as bad has everywhere else in Tehachapi due to the properties changing from private homes to group homes for troubled youth and housing for the less fortunate.

She's concerned about the recent burglaries that have occurr there. The same people that are given free housing and have access to all of Bear Valley are responsible for the vandalism occurring there and there isn't too much going on to halt the problem. Most of the freeloaders don't work, they scout the areas of Bear Valley and pretty much know the residents schedule. They have free rein of all of Bear Valley and do as they please when they get the opportunity.

Low income housing should be for responsible people without a criminal history period.

squeezers

“Deport them all deport Now”

Since: Aug 13

The Woods

#7 Feb 24, 2014
Peter wrote:
Tehachapi has really taken a turn for the worst. My mother lives in Bear Valley and say's the crime in that area is as bad has everywhere else in Tehachapi due to the properties changing from private homes to group homes for troubled youth and housing for the less fortunate.
She's concerned about the recent burglaries that have occurr there. The same people that are given free housing and have access to all of Bear Valley are responsible for the vandalism occurring there and there isn't too much going on to halt the problem. Most of the freeloaders don't work, they scout the areas of Bear Valley and pretty much know the residents schedule. They have free rein of all of Bear Valley and do as they please when they get the opportunity.
Low income housing should be for responsible people without a criminal history period.
That's how they say thank you for all the government hand outs that hard working tax payers pay for. Because we pay for them to set on their ass all day they say thanks by burglaries our homes. And then these people can't understand why nobody wants them around.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Lake Hughes Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Keep a Word, Drop a Word! (Apr '12) 20 hr _Zoey_ 211
Pitchess Detention Center - East Facility (Sep '08) Aug 19 Justin 92
Any other sex addicts here in the AV?? Aug 10 PalmGuy 4
Sasquatch Aug 3 Smells like squatch 1
LA county harrassing property owners with bogus... (Aug '08) Jul '16 gino 229
AV Lancaster California gay/bi boys (Feb '15) Jul '16 Lisa 22
Review: Baywood Dental Group (Jun '09) Jul '16 Anonymous 12

Lake Hughes Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Lake Hughes Mortgages