Friday, May 8, 2015

Recent Richardson History and Current Events from the Dallas Observer





http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2015/05/richardson_mayor_hypocrisy.php




7 comments:

  1. Thanks for embarrassing your city, your family and putting all the blame on others for cheating on your husband and lying to your neighbors and screwing our city from being able to elect a new mayor.

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  2. and thanks for bringing a future Section 8 slum to Prairie Creek/Canyon Creek you selfish tramp!!!

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  3. http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2015/05/08/sources-fbi-making-inquiries-into-richardson-mayor-developer/

    Ruh Roy!! So her husband doesn't help with child support???? Another blatant lie - is anyone going to believe someone who cheated on her husband, lied to her neighbors and lied to her kids?

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  4. No-no one is going to believe a word any longer.

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  5. Peggy Cordell BeilMay 11, 2015 at 7:01 AM

    I keep seeing references to Section 8. Is it true that Palisades is planned for government subsidized rent to low income families - or is this just rhetoric?

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  6. Typical conditions for housing projects seeking Federal funding include a percentage of "affordable housing", which is code for Section 8. Little to the little people know, but the TIF zones also have such requirements. High density developers make money by qualifying their projects for many corporate welfare programs. The only concern they have regarding building low rent housing is how they can sneak it by the approval process. The Council is very good at covering this up. And, they will lie about it faster than Laura can say, "close personal relationship". Al Pacino said it best in the movie Dog Day Afternoon. Kiss me...because I like being kissed when I'm getting f$*@%d

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  7. It will open with market based rentals but quickly decline over time. As section 8 apartments get torn down in Uptown, those residents will fill these areas up b/c of the good schools (look at Spring Valley/Northwood). In 10 years, it will be a slum - maybe sooner if the market tanks and the owner goes through a foreclosure.

    No city can prevent any residents from leasing, so they will fill up with multiple family members just to take advantage of the schools. The decline of the area is inevitable. Cityline will always have more of an uptown feel due to the proximity of light rail and good jobs. The palisades office buildings are already class c buildings.

    All this b/c Mascara decided to become a gold digger and exchange bodily fluids with MJ...

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