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RiotACT brings down another slumlord!

By johnboy 16 July 2010 22

57 Cadell St Downer

Chief Minister Stanhope has announced that (possibly) in response to reader comments in yesterday’s stories on slum housing in Canberra, a fifth house in Downer has been shut down.

Tremble before the RiotACT hivemind slumlords! (and sucks to have been nearing the top of the list for government housing)

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dvaey 5:54 pm 19 Jul 10

cleo said :

How can Stanhope find accommadation when people are turned away from shelters?

Because the media is watching, any spare spots that might be needed for the homeless or victims of domestic violence, etc. will be given to these people.. ie, the media give more airtime to a single mum with 2 kids who cant find a house, or the indian man who was just evicted from this house, who also cant find a house?

I wonder how many vulnerable people will be forced onto the streets now, due to the governments actions?

One 5:38 am 18 Jul 10

Thats one landlord – mine paid a gang of intoxicated residents through a community based group to evict people from their tenancies – and the evictions continue to this day.

DHCS provide “affordable rental accommodation of less than $200/wk” but they seem to forget that “affordable” to them isn’t what it is for another person.

“affordable” to me means being assaulted by a group of residents that the ACT Government paid to become intoxicated.

DHCS who allowed my assault after complaint thinks its “affordable” for me to loose my life

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