Monday, October 2, 2017

Stopping the Evictions in Clayton Heights



Turns out Dianne Watts' protege Linda Hepner is rallying one coalition against her after the other. The latest group of angry voters to rally against Linda Hepner is Clayton Heights. All the homeowners and renters. They were at the Surrey City Council meeting tonight.

Metro Vancouver is reporting that "Tenants and homeowners are getting organized to fight an order from the City of Surrey that could see 300 people evicted from their homes this January over parking congestion - even as the municipality faces a rental housing crisis."

Right in the middle of a housing crisis Linda Hepner decides to evict 300 tenants from nice homes over parking restrictions. The woman is insane. On one side of the city, Linda Hepner is providing police protection for the drug dealers on the Surrey strip yet in Clayton Heights Linda Hepner is evicting renters over parking restrictions. That is unequal protection of the law.

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  1. Linda Hepner has some seriously destructive Social Issues! How voters put her into office speaks to the same lack of any civilized SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT in the ELECTORITE!

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    1. Linda Hepner conned us just like Dianne Watts. If she gets reelected then yes your observation about the electorate would be absolutely true.

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  2. I honestly think that Hepner does not have the legal authority to even attempt this. Just the fact that she thinks she can is testament to her arrogance ( and ignorance at the same time ).

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    1. Indeed. She can issue parking tickets not evictions. She's not the freaking rentals board. I'm sure if any of the tenants file a complaint with the rentals board, the board would override the eviction since they are the legal authority on tenancy issues.
      http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/housing-tenancy/residential-tenancies

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  3. I'd be interested to see how many of the current and former homeowners have paid the appropriate income and civic taxes over the years.

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    1. Appropriate taxes? They all pay property tax. The cost of housing is off the charts here and property assessment keeps going up up up which means property taxes keep rising as well. People are allowed to have roommates to share the cost of rent.

      Linda Hepner needs to get off the crack and start arresting the drug dealers on the Surrey strip instead of evicting taxpayers and voters from good homes.

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