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[LRL] Sups. Scott Wiener's & Mark Farrell's $ 100,000 Prop 98 and TCI Conversion Fraud

[LRL] Sups. Scott Wiener's & Mark Farrell's $ 100,000 Prop 98 and TCI Conversion Fraud

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Foro de comunicacion para Latinos del suroeste de los EEUU [LARED-L@LISTSERV.CYBERLATINA.NET]; on behalf of; El Nino [elnino@RCN.COM][LRL] Sups. Scott Wiener's & Mark Farrell's $ 100,000 Prop 98 and TCI conversionFraudSups. Scott Wiener's & Mark Farrell's $ 100,000 Prop 98 and TCI conversion FraudProp 98 was the legislation to repeal rent control from thousands of landlord-occupied apartment buildings in San Francisco. Supervisors Scott Wiener and MarkFarrell introduced Proposition 98 on the June 2008 ballot.Donors in favor of a "yes" vote on Proposition 98 contributed $6,992,782 to theProp 98 campaign. These same donors contributed $50,000 to Supervisor ScottWiener's campaign to total $100,000.According to the SF Bay Guardian, "When you run for local office in SanFrancisco, no one can give you more than $500
 
unless you’re running for the
Democratic County Central Committee, where there are no contribution limits....District 8 candidate Scott Wiener has raised $51,134 in his run forSupervisor, but nearly matched that in his re-election campaign for DCCC
for atotal of $100,000."Supervisors Scott Wiener's & Mark Farrell's Prop 98 and TCI conversions argumentsare a fraud and the financial contributions from the real estate contributors hascolored in the decision making process of the City and County of San Francisco.Currently, area median income (AMI) levels are set at 50 % and above or about $77,000 per year for one person.Supervisors District 2 Mark Farrell, District 3 David Chiu, District 4 Katy Tang,District 5 London Breed, District 7 Norman Yee, District 8 Scott Wiener, andDistrict 10 Malia Cohen support area median income (AMI) levels to be set at 50 %and above or about $ 77,000 per year for one person.Supervisors District 2 Mark Farrell, District 3 David Chiu, District 4 Katy Tang,District 5 London Breed, District 7 Norman Yee, District 8 Scott Wiener, andDistrict 10 Malia Cohen support area median income (AMI) levels to be set at 50 %and above or about $ 77,000 per year for one person.Contact the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and ask them: "Why do people whomake $ 77,000 per year for one person need assistance from the City and County ofSan Francisco?Supervisor Scott Wiener Finds Ways to Skirt Around Limithttp://www.beyondchron.org/news/index.php?itemid=7775 San Francisco Board of Supervisorshttp://www.sfbos.org/ Contact Mayor Ed Lee
 
http://www.sfmayor.org/index.aspx?page=7 What is AMI?http://www.cohhio.org/pdf/Affordable%20Housing%20FAQs.pdf Eligibility for subsidized housing programs are often determined by area medianincome (AMI) levels. Below are the definitions of extremely low - income, verylow-income and low-income: Individuals with incomes below 30% of area median
income (AMI) are considered to be “extremely low income.”
Individuals with incomes below 50% of area median income (AMI) are considered to
be “very low income.” Individuals with incomes between 50% and 80% of area medianincome (AMI) are considered to be “low income.”
Prop 98 Donors$6,992,782 was contributed to the campaign in favor of a "yes" vote onProposition 98.[14]Donors of $100,000 or more were:Prop 98 Donors AmountCalifornia Association of Realtors $711,250Apartment Owners Association $568,218California Farm Bureau Federation $406,957Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association $389,424Western Manufactured Housing Communities Association $205,677Thomas Coates $200,000Vedder Community Management $171,825Thomas Tatum $125,000Orange County Property Rights PAC $125,000Hometown America LLC $123,680California Tropics Investors $100,000Equity Lifestyle Properties $100,000Friedkin Realty Management Group $100,000California Proposition 98, Eminent Domain and Rent Control (June 2008)http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/California_Proposition_98,_Eminent_Domain_and_Rent_Control_%28June_2008%29 You are receiving this © 2012 ReverendElNiñoKingJr. Breaking News, Tips & NewsCommentary because you made a verbal or written request at an © 2012ReverendElNiñoKingJr. Breaking News, Tips & News Commentary event or opted-in onone of our © 2012 ReverendElNiño Breaking News, Tips & News Commentary websites.If you no longer wish to receive our © 2012 ReverendElNiñoKingJr. Breaking News,Tips & News Commentary, you may unsubscribe (opt-out) by replying toelnino@rcn.com from the email where you received our email with the word"UNSUBSCRIBE" or "Opt-out" in the subject line.

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