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Thank U so much Brighan! I have recently went before my counties zoning board, to place a mobile home on my families farm acreage. They also denied me and my family to do this. What makes it so frustrating is that I was told this would be precedent setting action and that no single wide mobile homes have been issued a permit, in my county since 1994,which is a out right lie.I have the written proof of it.My families farm acreage,joins a hauling business and they have no less than 8 single wides setting there!!!!Plus a few DBL. wides also.We are trying to appeal to my districts Congressional Represenitive at the moment. I have been discriminated against and lied to by a County Board that we elected.Seems like a person that is disabled or in poverty stands no chance against: "THE SYSTEM". I am going to keep fighting this.Thank U for yr advice Bringhan. May God bless you for trying to help me. Dawn Gayle.
I am a disabled individual on Supplemental Social Security,Female ,Born 1/24/1956. I am inquiring about assistance for me to help purchase a mobile home to put on my families farm acreage.I need to be near my family, because of medical problems,I feel I can not much longer live independently,because of my health issues. Further more: I am being evicted,by my landlord. I am on a Section 8 Housing assistance program, currently. I am being forced to move because my landlord will not revent dryers in the laundry room,which are directly now,vented thru my apartment,all types of lint and debris are in my apartment,I have severe asthma conditions,and get ill from this improper venting,this situation has been going on for 2 and a half years now,I have reported it to The City I live in health and hazzardous conditions Dept.and The fire marshall,who have stopped the dryers for the time being and now I am being evicted,because of the reporting of the landlord and that he has to tear up all of my floors to revent the dryers,which is nonsense.The dryers are vented to a outside wall,not thru a living space.Which I thought was illegal to do,so now I face eviction,with no where to live unless,I can get some assistance to place a mobile home on, some of their farm acreage,this also needs to have approval,called a varience which can take up to 3 months to receive one:IF THEY WILL GRANT ONE.So I have about 3 weeks left and I will have no place to live if I can not receive some assistance or information on my situation. I would appreciate any information that you could provide me with Thank- You. Sincerely Dawn Gayle Reinhardt.Phone #(618) 236-2958. 817 E .Washington St. Apt#01 Belleville, Illinois 62220.