Tuesday, December 27, 2005

No Privacy in Manassas?

"That is because a zoning ordinance adopted this month by the city of Manassas redefines family, essentially restricting households to immediate relatives, even when the total is below the occupancy limit.
'It is not only unfair; it's racism,' said Edgar Rivera, an organizer with Tenants and Workers United, a Northern Virginia group that advocates affordable housing as a solution to overcrowding. 'It's basically a way to just go after certain communities.'"

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