Church evicts elderly to make room for low income unwed mothers – Move out in 30 days

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Date: August 29th, 2008

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Venice – The Venice Diocese acknowledged Thursday that it is the buyer in a real estate deal forcing the relocation of several elderly and disabled residents from a small downtown apartment complex. The diocese is acquiring the eight-unit property at 500 W. Venice Ave. to expand housing for low-income mothers with infants, it said in a prepared statement. Earlier, the church had refused to confirm that it was buying the property. Residents had received letters on Aug. 6 informing them they had 30 days to move because the buyer of the property wanted it vacant before closing. More… Magazine LaneDiscount Cigarettes & TobaccoNutty News MarketplaceGreat Skin
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3 Responses to “Church evicts elderly to make room for low income unwed mothers – Move out in 30 days”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Come on. This is wrong. Moving people out of their homes so you can move in some whores.

  2. any mouse Says:

    Christians, gotta love ‘em. Guess they forgot to ask themselves “What Would Jesus Do?”.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Its seems to me the property was up for sale and they wanted to buy it. The residents had to know they had a possibility of bieng evicted with the place up for sale. The church bought the property legally and they have the right to do what they want with it.

    I would expect someplace to be vacant before I take possession had I bought it as well.

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