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Re: “For Rent: Boise's Historic-Low Vacancy Rate Triggers a Flood of New Apartments

Not all are searching to rent...much less in apartment like environments. I am single...lots of singles out there dreaming of purchasing a house. Yes, a house. I couldn't find an affordable small....er house, in Boise....My heart is and will remain in Boise. However, my still, much too large, yet affordable new too me home, is not in Boise. PLEASE, deciders, stop forgetting that all of your citizens, are not the family types. Stop building HUGE houses that nobody spends much time in. What's really the point in that? Homes in Boise are mostly a place to eat, sleep, bathe, then work and play....your Veteran, who beat homelessness, and purchased a home....Crystal Dunkin

Posted by LovesALatte on 07/21/2017 at 7:02 PM
Posted by NuclearShadows on 07/21/2017 at 1:51 PM

Re: “F-35s in Boise? 'We Don't Know What We Don't Know'

Many F-35 opponents like myself have attended years of F-35 hearing conducted by proponents , the majority of us are strong supporters of our military.
We became skeptical o F-35 levels because until 2016 F-35 proponents repeatedly denied that they knew how loud this aircraft is while consistently assuring us that these aircraft would be good neighbors.

Some of us have spent several years within our local & state governments as citizen activists trying to reform Idaho's unconstitutional Forced Annexation law, current law confiscates voting & property rights of County property owners.
During these years we learned much about the lobbyist cartel that has selected & elected our state & local officials & wag their tails.

The same lobby cartel is promoting the F-35s, they stand to make many millions off of the homes, schools & businesses that will be condemned by EPA noise standards & rebuilt else where. The economic & health impact damages will be signifficant & be carried by taxpayers.
We have gathered the legal standing data needed to hold individual F-35 financially accountable once neighborhood associations are united.
Chuck Thomas

Posted by Chuck T. on 07/21/2017 at 11:59 AM


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