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HUD rules

DLDC addresses more concerns

April 10, 2014

It’s been a long time and the city of Dunkirk is still working on some changes to how it handles some federal funding....

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Apr-10-14 6:39 PM

Not that I know of Captain, but I agree, there are certain similarities.

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Apr-10-14 11:18 AM

Hey PC, we know another individual, who has similar traits you speak of, and also has the same last name. Any relation?

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Apr-10-14 8:56 AM

we think that if Dunkirk and surrounding area became the "land of milk and honey" it would signal the beginning "of the end of the world"

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Apr-10-14 8:49 AM

this area is "notorious" for "shooting" itself in the foot, time and time again, why would anyone expect change to ever come here, in order to change "one" has to want to change, and learn from past "mistakes" city residents and government and leaders are not able to do either, fact is city and residents couldn't handle "success", it's not in their "DNA"

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Apr-10-14 8:41 AM

two weeks from now public anger and demand for city government reform will disappear, just like the job and business base is daily in the city, there is not a silver cloud on the horizon, only more bad news, but residents are used to that seeing it been going on at least 50 years

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Apr-10-14 8:32 AM

It makes a person wonder what is the intelligence level of the people running the city. The rules are spelled out in language any attorney can interpret and yet problems arise. Could this be that these funds were being used for illegal loans? Yes of course it is. If this happened with federal monies think of what is going on with taxpayers money. Who decides where the funds(Federal)are spent? Why a committee of course. And what are the qualifications of those on the committee? None. Take for example the fire works display. How many bids were received to provide the fire works? We are living in a city that does what it wants when it wants and no one knows what's going on until after the fact.

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Apr-10-14 8:17 AM

I always thought HUD was for low income people and housing, not Business

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Apr-10-14 6:16 AM

Call Jim White, he has all the answers.

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