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Companies moving in creating jobs and economy... what a curse it is. Have these people move to some third world country where their only choice is to grow turnips for a very poorCompanies moving in and creating higher rents and worse traffic
FortWayne saysCompanies moving in creating jobs and economy... what a curse it is. Have these people move to some third world country where their only choice is to grow turnips for a very poor living and see how quickly they'll rethink their "concerns".Do they want jobs and prosperity, or not? They complain when jobs are scarce, they complain when jobsJobs are not scarce in Washington DC, or SF, or Seattle, etc etc. Jobs are scarce in Detroit, St. Louis, and the red states where affordable housing is also plentiful.
Companies moving in creating jobs and economy... what a curse it is. Have these people move to some third world country where their only choice is to grow turnips for a very poor living and see how quickly they'll rethink their "concerns".
tovarichpeter saysAnd they have made housing unaffordable, and traffic unbearableRight. Illegal immigrants are buying up all the residential real estate!
And they have made housing unaffordable, and traffic unbearable
"The majority of the tech press won’t ask tougher questions of Zuckerberg or Musk; they’ll simply continue to fawn over the idols of the business world. Whatever they say must be true."I don’t think Holmes can be compared to Zuckerberg, Musk or Jobs. They may have sometimes deceived but they each did produce a valuable product that rewarded their investors. Holmes never told the truth, never produced a product, and her investors lost their investment. Granted most journalists don’t ask probing questions of tech entrepreneurs but that is because they, like most of us, simply don’t understand technology.
Pretty hilarious how the media couldn't stopShe even conned KQED
Wait how much money did you raise forProbably more than you have earned for many years, having lost many members of my family and many friends from cancer.
Sure they've relaxed the rules a bit, forcing cities to permit them. Still, building a properly permitted ADU to code with electricity, plumbing and HVAC is still going to cost you upwards of $150k inOnly if you don’t know what you are doing.
Only took me 2 and a half w/o an appointment. GotWhichDMV do you work at?
tovarichpeter saysTuff Sheds are already legal under the law, as well as manufactured homes.Most accessory structures under 120 sq.ft. are allowed without a building permit. Over that limit, though, and it gets more interesting as the Tough Sheds have no foundation. Manufactured homes are built to HUD standards, and, in general, you can't site them on a lot in most cities inTuff Shed will build with foundation.
Tuff Sheds are already legal under the law, as well as manufactured homes.
Oh goodieWhat we need is more housingWhich is what this proposal is.
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