Double plus good for the 4th District council dude who remains mostly a stranger on the Westside and Northeast . . . Despite his eagerness to provide bike lanes that nobody wanted in urban neighborhoods.
Here's his latest crusade in order to fight for the rights for people paying 3K-A-Month rent and up . . .
"Census workers, according to Bunch, are telling the city they cannot get inside some of the apartment complexes to do their work. "We had something like 8,000 individual cases," Bunch said. "Those are generally doors, all of which are in multi-family buildings, who were not being given access whether they couldn’t get anyone to open up the door for them or the property management was flat out refusing to let them in." Cordish Properties, which owns One Light and Two Light, has more than 200 cases of units not filling out the Census, according to documents obtained by 41 Action News."
The census is an important money grab for city all and just as much as any other special interest . . . Gentrification cheerleaders like Council Dude Bunch want their demographics counted.
Developing . . .