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June 12, 2019

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Albert

I am very concerned about all people who think everyone has a right to live anywhere. Where does this right come from? What does housing for all burlingame mean? We have housing and it is pretty much full more or less. We are building more housing perhaps more than we can really assimilate when one has to drive anywhere at all times of the day. So what are they really saying? That their friends all have some new right to live here or in San Mateo or Belmont or San Carlos or Millbrae? Where does this right come from? I feel like I have some rights to enjoy the home I bought and spent 30 years paying for but somehow my right is less than their right. I worry that the hospital is being forced to do too much. It seems like just taking care of sick people and figuring out how to do it at an affordable price is enough of a job without trying to solve the homeless problem too.

Becca

I recently read in NY Times about Nuns and Nones at Mercy Center @ Kohl Mansion. Maybe Rebecca should research that as affordable housing:
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/31/style/milliennial-nuns-spiritual-quest.html

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