Stop the displacement of 300+ families in Clayton!

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Christina Holland
4 years ago
Displacing families is wrong!

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Marsha Maartje Bergen Keijzer
4 years ago
Displacing renters is NOT the answer. Houses are built closely together in that area. Contractors should be required to allocate sufficient parking. City to advocate for improved public transportation.

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Paramjit Gosal
4 years ago
I'm signing because someone complaint against us that we parking cars on the road. They asked city of surrey to shut down our second suite. My tenants have only one car and they are not parking on the road. We have enough parking for us. Someone did false complaint against us but bylaw officer don't want to here any thing. What kind of inspection is this. They can ask my tenants and they can check how many cars we have.

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Joel Rolph
4 years ago
I don't really want to be homeless and cannot afford for my wife and kids and I to buy a home right now

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Dean Skead
4 years ago
If parking is the primary issue then eviction isn't the answer. Legalize the suites. Allow for 1 parking permit per suite rented and don't allow homeowners to use them. They have a garage for that exact reason. Be apart of the solution and maximize your on property parking options.

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Vida Goltes
4 years ago
In support

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Cory Isaac
4 years ago
I want a better parking system in place

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Anna Le
4 years ago
Market price is too high for low income resident. Making difficulties for them. If employment rate was affordable this would not happen.

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Sally Tran
4 years ago
This effects my family and friends in surrey !

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Norma Johnson
4 years ago
The problem seems to be lack of infrastructure, ie unwise planning. Also as there are very few rental accomodations, where are these people supposed to go? onto the streets or pass the problem to another community!!!