- Juan: https://youtu.be/qI27MAdzB64
- Zeke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Own5qbShMGQ
- Scott: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXdNY5lH_FU
- Dolores: https://youtu.be/iJzIg4mpNGQ
- Alfonso: https://youtu.be/uCOG2qhGza8
THANKS TO CCIA ENGAGEMENT AND WORKING WITH THE MAYOR AND VARIOUS REAL ESTATE REPRESENTATIVES, RESOLUTION 23-022 WAS TABLED INDEFINITELY. !!!!!
ATTEND COUNCIL MEETING 15 AUGUST 1300 @ CITY HALL
Members and Guests
Attached is an excellent snapshot by Sarah Smith of proposed resolutions by the LC City Council. Below is the one I challenged and wrote about. I plan to attend the next LC City council meet and speak on the topic. If you want to join me, let me or Zeke know…..
Here is a listing of the city council. https://conservativesinaction.org/local-elected-officials/https://conservativesinaction.org/las-cruces-city-council-districts-map/
Pls select the resolution you support or disagree with and get engaged. https://conservativesinaction.org/waa/
Juan D Garcia
Coalition of Conservatives in Action (CCIA)
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On Friday, August 12th, 2022 at 14:12, CCIAWINUSA <[email protected]> wrote:
Mayor and Councilors
The continued social justice agenda by the City government is very troubling. Seems that issues all revolve around “identity” or “racial” context. The below quote once again presents the ideology of the oppressors and the oppressed with this time the “landlords” being the “oppressors”.
Source of income (SOI) discrimination contributes to the perpetuation of racially segregated communities and neighborhoods with concentrated poverty.
Contrary to what may be portrayed, many landlords are “mom and pop” small businesses who are trying to make some supplemental income to survive in our high cost of living environment. They count on the rent to pay the maintenance of their rentals or for their own support or the mortgage of their rental.
When a tenant defaults, the landlord is stuck with the problem to resolve. At their own expense.
I dont believe there should be discrimination against anyone but on the other hand, landlords have to make a risk assessment on who they will do business with.
Increased efforts to combat income discrimination through aggressively investigating and prosecuting landlords who refuse to rent to tenants.
So if a landlord deems a prospective tenant is a risk and refuses to rent, you are going to prosecute him ?
Pls stop with the racial divisiveness and class warfare being pushed by the narrative included in this proposed Resolution.