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I am very concerned about the plans for yet another transitional housing facility in Eckington. The 100 plus unit building located at the corner of 3rd and T Street has been sold to a non-profit organizaiton with plans to create a transitional housing facility for homeless and battered women.

 

As homeowners with a family, we am extremely worried about what this means for the saftey, well being and value of our home.

 

In a neighbordhood that has an over abundance of these types of facilities and an obivous lack of policing, are we left to fend for ourselves. Was this plan laid out in a public hearing that we failed to attend? We are clearly seeking answers.

 

We moved to Eckington 3 years ago with the hopes of building a life for our family in a neighborhood that was still affordable and on the rise. Now we are considering moving.

 

I would like to get feedback from other concerned residence of Eckington.

 

Is Harry Thomas even listening?

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To get Harry Thomas to hear you, you will have to yell into his "Shot Glass".

 

 

I am very concerned about the plans for yet another transitional housing facility in Eckington. The 100 plus unit building located at the corner of 3rd and T Street has been sold to a non-profit organizaiton with plans to create a transitional housing facility for homeless and battered women.

 

As homeowners with a family, we am extremely worried about what this means for the saftey, well being and value of our home.

 

In a neighbordhood that has an over abundance of these types of facilities and an obivous lack of policing, are we left to fend for ourselves. Was this plan laid out in a public hearing that we failed to attend? We are clearly seeking answers.

 

We moved to Eckington 3 years ago with the hopes of building a life for our family in a neighborhood that was still affordable and on the rise. Now we are considering moving.

 

I would like to get feedback from other concerned residence of Eckington.

 

Is Harry Thomas even listening?

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