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A. W. J. L. |RENT IS TOO DAMN HIGH|YES TO PROREP| Jun 14
It's common sense, the rich want to get richer, even if they're already the richest. But when it's to a self-destructive degree, and the long term sustainability of a city and a community is being destroyed, do we let money = absolute power?
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CityLife/VidaUrbana Aug 5
Boston has an & an . Calling it a isn’t clear enough: we need real *protections from eviction* and *affordable housing* to solve the crisis.
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Jared Kolb Nov 8
Wrong. Toronto *desperately* needs more density along it's transit corridors, not less. Your message is an affront to young people who dream of affording a home in this city.
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Alex R. Farrell May 14
I strongly disagree with the vulgar language and the sentiment of this quote from . 1. VT does not need that kind of partisanship, 2. The is real and has a real impact on Vermonters
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Caroline Dibden Oct 1
Point is well made that we need to build more - not just more Housing. .
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Joe Stryker 9 Nov 17
Home construction costs & resulting prop values continue climb, supply at historical lows-
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Daniel Gonzalez, MBA Jul 10
Since will receive (in year 1) $6.6 million in upfront payments and $1.4 million in rental income, I hope Central Health will lower the tax rate this year and future years to help residents with our .
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Christine Boyle Jun 4
“This housing tax is worse than a prison sentence for murder.” Actual quote that got a roar of applause from about half the crowd here at the townhall. Yikes.
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Brandon Muir 13 Jan 16
Gov Cuomo "There's nothing we can't do as New Yorkers." True. But there are many things we simply can't afford.
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Daniel Gonzalez, MBA Jun 28
If we aren't careful, Texas may soon be home to cities which follow in the footsteps of San Francisco.
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Ben Derbyshire PRIBA Mar 9
True enough if your objective is to sustain high sales value. The opposite applies if you want cheaper bananas. That’s why we say Govt. solution to the must be in and at scale.
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CityLife/VidaUrbana Aug 17
From the front lines of Boston's & , we're asking ourselves, WWPD?
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Helena 5 Apr 16
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CityLife/VidaUrbana Aug 8
Last night, City Life's Director, Lisa Owens, talked about why people most affected by the & must be the ones to lead w/ the solutions. Real solutions come from those w/ real experience of the problem. 📢
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Jewish Family Services Vancouver Jul 11
JFS is launching a new financial aid program in the to provide short term financial assistance (up to 6 months) to community members living in the Tri-Cities area. More details at
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Generation Rent 27 Oct 16
Just sold starter house 27km from Sydney cbd (54mins via train) for $1,435,000
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Kristin Hanes 6 Oct 16
I love CL posting for "affordable room" just $430......PER WEEK. That is NOT affordable.
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The Counselors of Real Estate Jun 13
Demand will continue to grow as more Millennials continue to form households. Cities with low taxes and expansive housing will grow the most. More innovation for housing development can fix .
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WelcomeHomeCoalition 7 Jun 16
The is creeping across our communities. PDX let's be the example in the nationwide crisis!
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Diane Regas Jul 11
"We have to address the . We have to make our better. We have to improve our . We have to make sure that we continue to lead the way on .” — excerpt from Inauguration Speech on July 11, 2018
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