Elk Grove News Minute - When it comes to helping low and middle-income families, don’t count on Mayor Singh Allen and her councilmen

This fall, California voters will have 10 ballot propositions. One will gauge if the Elk Grove mayor and city council are looking out for a large segment of our community. Proposition 33, The Justice for Renters Act, reads, "The state may not limit the right of any city, county, or city and county to maintain, enact or expand residential rent control.”

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Sid Vicious said...

Queen Bobbie and her pawns want rents high to keep the riff-raff out of their exclusive neighborhoods, well exclusive by Elk Grove standards. Afterall, they sure in the hell didn't want them in Old Town!

Eye on Elk Grove said...

If Elk Grove is so high end, as Queen Bee Mayor Bobbie keep telling everyone, why can't we even get a Noah's Bagels in Elk Grove? There was supposed to be one in the Costco shopping center. I was told by the developer they pulled out, opting for Folsom instead, because the demographics couldn’t support the risk.

The Elk Grove City Council would be better served if they stopped all of their narcistic self-promotion and do the people's work, especially for those less fortunate than they.

"There is enough in the world for everyone's need, but not enough for everyone's greed." Mother Teresa

Four of the five have enough greed for all 176,000 residents of Elk Grove!

Renegade said...

Ditto, what Eye said.

Some people are watching, and those that do watch don't like what they see, lack of ethics, egomaniacs, greedy politicians. Politicians sworn to do the people's work, yet they serve themselves at the public's expense.

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