Saturday, January 12, 2013

MORE MORE LOADS OF RAT CRAP.....

“We are grateful for this opportunity to provide this for families and for people in need,” Barry said. 

REALLY????

BUT YOU CAN'T TAKE CARE OF YOUR OWN SHIT?  HARDSHIPS CAUSED BY YOU

JUST HOW WERE THE ZONING ISSUES "HELPED THROUGH"???

SO CLEARLY, THERE IS A WRITE OFF HERE FOR THE RAT KINGS, AS WELL AS USING COBALT, THEIR OWN COMPANY.  SO IT WAS NOT $100K OUT OF POCKET AND OUT OF THE GOODNESS OF THEIR ROCK COLD HEARTS, NARCISSISTIC FUCKERS.  LET'S JUST HOPE IT'S RODENT PROOFED.

Landlords go above & beyond











Updated: September 24, 2012 6:25AM


ELGIN — When Two Rivers Head Start went looking for a location for its new infant and toddler center, the site at 418 Airport Road seemed perfect.
The organization not only found a spot that had the space and accessibility for its families at River Ridge Head Start, but landlords went above and beyond to ensure the center would be finished, executive director Diane Lacey said.

Chris Barry and Jean Jodoin, partners at LifeStorage who own the former Kmart location in far-north Elgin, not only helped work through zoning issues with the city but also donated $100,000 to finish construction on the center.
Barry and Jodoin also gave $10,000 toward the opening dinner and deejay event, held Thursday night.
“They are not too bad for landlords,” Lacey said as she presented them with a plaque thanking them for their service.
“We are grateful for this opportunity to provide this for families and for people in need,” Barry said.
http://couriernews.suntimes.com/news/1992697-418/lacey-center-barry-elgin-families.html

 

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