Mo. residents upset by order to move lake homes
Nearly every year, Patsy Riley has gotten unsolicited offers for her house on Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks with its spectacular views of tree-lined bluffs and its ample shoreline, but she never wanted to leave.
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#1 Nov 6, 2011
We don't own our land we only think we do.
Since: Aug 10
#3 Nov 7, 2011
<<Riley, a retired special education teacher, said the ranch-style house she bought 32 years ago was valued at about $350,000 but now would be impossible to sell. No matter what happens, Riley said, she is not leaving>>>
If Riley owned an $85,000 home and the city decided to built a freeway across her front yard, would anyone care? Probably not.
Since: Jan 10
#4 Nov 8, 2011
I am not so sure the 99% is proud to have you.
#5 Nov 8, 2011
misery & mc haskel - whata frecking joke
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