Posts Tagged mixed income housing
Insomuch as this year’s election has become solely a referendum on the Galveston Housing Authority’s strategy for low-income and affordable housing, and the Mayor’s support of that, I sincerely hope that readers of the Galveston Daily News recognize that a small cadre of selfish, merciless, pernicious people dominate the comment sections of those editorial pages, and most sensitive, considerate Galvestonians have opted not to engage with them. The naysayers are neither representative nor correct. They are merely loudest.
I hope, too, that the silent majority makes the effort to get out and vote for Mayor Jaworski in Saturday’s run-off election. There is no question of competence and leadership here. The only question is whether or not Galveston will improve the manner in which they help those who need it or become a national symbol of malevolence.
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