Housing Town Hall

I was just given the following flier:

Raise your voice for affordable Housing in Ward 6

Housing Town Hall

Date: Thursday, October 11
Time: 6:30 – 9:00 PM
Location: Saint Aloysius Church
North Capitol and I Street NW

Ward 6 needs affordable housing that:
Preserves low cost housing in Ward 6
Allows tenants to purchase their buildings
Supports first-time home ownership
Addresses the needs of DC’s homeless population
Meets the needs of returning citizens

Come and hear from Ward 6 residents and organizations about the success of affordable housing programs in your community and join with others to call for more affordable housing for all our neighbors.

Refreshments provided, Spanish interpretation and child care available upon request.

Sponsored by CNHED, University Legal Services and Manna, Inc.


1 Response to “Housing Town Hall”

  1. 1 Lino Stracuzzi October 25, 2012 at 6:27 pm

    I am sorry Jim, But I can not support Tenac, any more. Delegate Norton didn’t show up at your forum. By Tenac’s endorsement of her, I feel that Tenac’s, only job, is just to raise money, for your organization. Not to help the working poor in the city. I am one of them that is why I am running for office because no one cares. Just look that the Southwest Water front bill, and ward 8 St. Elizabeths redevelopment and see how many more working class people are moved out of our city. Where were you when the city was planning all the numerous apartment buildings being developed in our city? that are only Studios and 1 Bedrooms apartment Starting at $2000 to $3000 a month. I can’t pay my rent this fucking month! Who bails us out! Let’s just look at our Mayor’s office and city Council, and who endorses them.

    P,S, Y’all are just a bunch of a** kissers.

    DC FOR DEMOCRACY is no better. They also endorsed Delegate Norton She did not show up at there forum or reply to there questionnaire for November 6 General Election. Delegate Norton oonly reply to the questionnaire for April’s primary
    “The mayor, with the active support and lobbying of the Chamber of Commerce, is proposing a bill that would provide truly extraordinary and, in our opinion and that of our allies and several Councilmembers, a totally unnecessary tax break to high tech investors.” Which Delegate Norton stands with the Mayor on this Matter!

    Those organizations golds are to only raise money. We are secondary to them.

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