Elderly forced to move as home closes down at night’
The house has a basement for storage.
Residents, many who said the church had not had housing at the end of the years, expressed surprise and frustration that they were forced to live there so many days in a row.
“We thought we would get some rental housing, but that doesn’t seem to be happening,” said Patricia.
‘It wasn’t just us’
Elderly man Mark Teng is among those leaving the house.
“There wasn’t just us, it was every family in my family,” said Teng.
“It was hard for the whole area. It took us time to get used to moving into the old house. It’s just awful seeing the place go.”
Mark Teng of Hooton says a house belonging to the church collapsed last week while he was out exploring the grounds. (CB우리 카지노C)
It wasn’t until this week that a new house came i예스 카지노nto his neighbourhood, although Teng said he knew the old house was gone by then.
“It just felt to me like the whole area was collapsing,” he said.
Saskatoon-area elder and former Hooton community organizer Michael Pendergraft says he’s lost some good friends and neighbors in the past seven years. (CBC)
Michael Pendergraft of Saskatoon-area is also leaving the property in an attempt to find a replacement home for the community.
“The church had a problem with their own members, they were moving around and sometimes members just moved their doors off the house and off the block to another church,” said Pendergraft.
Pendergraft, like many, says he knows the church has been evicted many times over the years.
“I really don’t know why they put up this sign that said this is their property, it’s been vacant for years,” said Pendergraft. “There’s only a few dozen members who’re left in the community. So I know there is another place in my district that I can go to.”
Pendergraft says the community wants more development, and said the future looks bright for that area as a whole.
“There has been a lot of growth going on in the past year, and we’re probably going to be fortunate enough to see that continue for as long as possible,” said Pendergraft.
Community leaders say while the church is a goo