Sunday, May 4, 2014

Susan Adams argues for subsidized "Servant's Quarters" for Marin Employers

Marin County Supervisor discusses the requirement to provide "affordable" housing (subsidized) so that employers could hire people who live close to work. Does that mean that government entities are selecting employees for businesses?

When we provide "workforce" housing under the guise reducing green house gases, will we then require that they remain employed in Marin?  What happens when the tenant finds a job in San Franscisco?  Will they be evicted? 

Isn't it better to have economic freedom and personal liberty?

We must Save Marin again.  Vote for Damon Connolly for District One Supervisor on June 3rd.

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