My latest article is on COAH (Council on Affordable Housing) and “Governor Jon Corzine’s Latest Gift to Atlantic City: Child Predators and Sex Offenders.” Here is an excerpt:
New Jersey residents, sex offenders, perverts, and pedophiles could be coming to your neighborhood. The latest Governor Jon Corzine scheme not only affects our wallets but threatens our children. How? The Governor and Democrat-controlled Legislature are trying to force more so-called affordable housing [read – Section 8] on every town in New Jersey. The priority for this housing goes to the “hard-to-house.”
Who are the “hard-to-house?” The “hard-to-house,” also known as “special needs populations” by Trenton bureaucrats, includes sex offenders and child predators. Governor Corzine, state legislators, and the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) call the foisting of those predators into areas where your children play “Community integrated housing opportunities.” Parents call the designs of Governor Corzine, the Legislature, and COAH a nightmare. Current state guidelines enable bureaucrats in the Division of Community Affairs (DCA) to force child predators and sex offenders next door to your children’s schools, playgrounds, and parks. The horrors perpetrated on children as a result of Trenton’s housing policies are too atrocious to describe.
Today, parents find it more and more difficult to provide a safe environment for their children. Families in my resort town can attest to the challenges of protecting their children from the intravenous (IV) drug users, mental health patients, homeless, and ex-convicts that many New Jersey towns ship in to Atlantic City.
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