Every impacted individual naturally sees it from his or her personal perspective without regard to how many times over the decades such displacements have taken place and will continue to take place. The people who previously lived in their current units likely underwent the same drastic change. Rents don't go down over time any more than do other cost of living items such as utilities and food.Thanks to all the uber-rich for throwing their money down a rat hole to the gun initiative instead of doing something really worthwhile and helpful like building affordable housing for the elderly. Yes, it's your money and you can do what you want with it, but if you want to get kudos for being such highly regarded philanthropists then help solve something that struggling people and communities really need help with. The Ebola donation was a start, but how about funding more firefighters, water main replacements, road repairs, etc..., you know, something that real people and communities can't afford to do but really need doing? Oh that's right, you don't care about us, sorry for bothering you.
Schultzy @ http://www.bytownehomecare.com/