With no local or federal eviction moratorium to protect her, Wendy Myers, a St. Croix mother of two in need of emergency rent assistance, is one of 500 or more Virgin Islanders who could face eviction unless a new moratorium is issued or the Virgin Islands Housing Finance Authority delivers. #visource#usvi... See MoreSee Less
With no local or federal eviction moratorium to protect her, Wendy Myers, a St. Croix mother of two in need of emergency rent assistance, is one of 500 or more Virgin Islanders who could face eviction...
Not anyone's fault but her own, that she's in this situation, and not anyone's responsibility, but hers, to get herself out.
Only $38,860 billion worth of dollars funneled and earning interest the government keeps while the people struggle along ….
The Government is probably using the money to keep WAPA afloat instead of tenants in need.
So you telling me unless you were out of work you didn’t save up? If this person was employed during the moratorium I feel nothing for her situation.
Truly pathetic. I don’t understand how the VI Government gets away with withholding or delaying payments for this program, as well as for unemployment, tax returns, and of course, what about the third stimulus checks? It’s not their money to play with. I hope these people get some relief.
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