Local Food Hub Working to Put Healthy Food on Lunch Tables - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News,...

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As part of Virginia Farm to School Week, an area nonprofit is striving to provide access to fresh food to as many students as possible.

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RNR

Scottsville, VA

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Nov 13, 2012
 
55% of C'ville students qualify for free or reduced lunch. Ok, so does that say something here. If 55% make such low wages, then LOWER THE HOUSING PRICES. If 55% can't afford regular price lunches for their children, how the hell do you expect them to afford housing. We can't without struggling, that's how we do it. Something is seriously wrong with this picture. We don't all have those high paying jobs but yet housing prices and rent in C'ville is off the graph!
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Montpelier, VA

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RNR wrote:
55% of C'ville students qualify for free or reduced lunch. Ok, so does that say something here. If 55% make such low wages, then LOWER THE HOUSING PRICES. If 55% can't afford regular price lunches for their children, how the hell do you expect them to afford housing. We can't without struggling, that's how we do it. Something is seriously wrong with this picture. We don't all have those high paying jobs but yet housing prices and rent in C'ville is off the graph!
WHAAA? Who do you think sets housing prices?

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