In light of Boise’s new anti gay discrimination ordinance, a reader’s outrage over official U.S. Government discrimination against private sector employees in Ada County is worth sharing.
The following e-mail was sent to the GUARDIAN and we have confirmed it is indeed real and private sector citizens are not allowed to compete for what amounts to a $61,000 housing subsidy. Ironically the U.S. Housing agency claims “EQUAL OPPORTUNITY IN HOUSING” in the same flyer.
U.S. Department of HUD
Half price homes for Teachers Firefighters, Law Enforcement & EMTs
8415 W Dulcimer Street, Boise, ID 83709
3 Bedrooms / 2.5 Baths / 2 Car Garage / SQFT. 1,448 / Year Built 2002
Certified currently appraised value is $122,000
YOUR HALF PRICE IS $61,000
All regional Law Enforcement Officers, Ada County area Firefighters/EMTs and full time PreK-12 Public School Teachers employed by the school district servicing the area or Private School Teachers whose employer serves students who live in the area ARE eligible.
If you or your spouse currently owns a home, have owned a home within the last year, or you are a University/College employee you ARE NOT eligible.
Lottery winner must live in home as sole residence for a minimum of three years.
Call Ward Pyles at 208-863-6886 with Nampa Realty for more information, to view home and enter lottery on property.
Lottery drawing entry deadline 11:59PM December 17, 2012
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