"I think a good item for the agenda that I am sure would get lots of public response is the rising crime rate in La Mesa......up 11% since last year. Not included is another purse snatching at Grossmont Center Thurs. This percentage…"
"Bill, that was some comment! It wandered around a bit at the beginning, but the summary at the end of why we should have held a council had some interesting points. It just took a little reading to get there."
"Well Jim maybe someone does want to hear what Dave has to say or write. It's too bad you both can't stick to the subject of the message....the cancellation of the council meeting. No one really wants to hear which ofyou boys…"
Short sales routinely show up in credit reports as foreclosures Source: Los Angeles Times
Large numbers of homeowners who have negotiated short sales are at risk because of a startling omission in the credit system. Their credit reports and scores indicate that they were foreclosed upon, rather than having negotiated a mutually agreeable resolution with their lender, and the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are investigating why and how this happened.