Committee argues for affordable housing in Gloucester County

There are 2 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Mar 21, 2009, titled Committee argues for affordable housing in Gloucester County. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

Planners recommend that Gloucester County relax its zoning regulations and create a trust fund to foster the development of affordable housing.

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Gaelic Sookie

Ashland, OH

#81 Mar 26, 2009
"Lord Of the Flies" ring a bell Raoulbaba?
Grow up and go play in the street, for about
9 hours. These are serious issues at hand and mental immaturity is disgusting. Want to play,
go to my web site. And have at it. cannibal.
Raoul

Urbanna, VA

#82 Mar 27, 2009
Gaelic Sookie wrote:
"Lord Of the Flies" ring a bell Raoulbaba?
Grow up and go play in the street, for about
9 hours. These are serious issues at hand and mental immaturity is disgusting. Want to play,
go to my web site. And have at it. cannibal.
You have a web-site? Please, please give us the url? Please?

Who does all of your proof reading?

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