Friday, March 20, 2020

REMEMBER: JACKSON COUNTY EVICTIONS CANCELLED!!!

Relief for renters and a follow-up on news we talked about yesterday. Here's the latest as voters wait on more assistance from D.C. . . . Read more:

Judge orders temporary freeze of evictions in Jackson County

Jackson County Circuit Court Judge J. Dale Youngs issued an order barring evictions in the county until at least April 18 amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. KC Tenants, who pushed for the freeze, are pleased but remain leery of a flood of evictions later.

6 comments:

  1. "of a flood of evictions later"



    No everything is going to be free in six months!

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    1. I guess that's a problem for people selling shit don't need?

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  2. But don’t forget that the city and popo are still writing tickets!

    The city is absolutely gonna get their money no matter what, they are that desperate.

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  3. Just what landlords need, people not paying rent.

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  4. Vote this judge out and in the meantime demand he be removed from the bench. Evictions need to still take place because you know as well as I do those about to be evicted are not staying home as they stay gone as much as possible avoiding the other bill collectors who are seeking to be paid.

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  5. And destroying the places they live in for free

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