Interested, Rippa! I thought they dealt with this issue ages …

Comment on Uproar over welfare houses by James T Smerk.

Interested, Rippa! I thought they dealt with this issue ages ago when they build the accommodation out by the show grounds, and then again with the dozen new houses just before the race course.
Maybe they could look at the issue of why this is a growing requirement and address the cause and not the effect.
I understand family need to be close at these times but if we can stop or slow these issues down it’s got to be good for everyone involved.
I think the government seem to be more interested in working reactively and not proactively.

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This is the same for many houses around Alice, not just renal houses. I wish they would open one up in the golf course area, it would be good to see the posh part of town live like the rest of us.


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