[StBernard] State fined?

Westley Annis westley at da-parish.com
Mon Jul 2 23:49:19 EDT 2007


Thanks for you reply. I guess I should have clarified
my question. I was wondering what happens in the
event that the elevation grants have been put on hold,
but those that closed early were able to receive the
elevation portion of the grant, yet those that are
still waiting won't get the elevation amount at
closing. It seems everyone should get the same
options, and it's still up in the air what will happen
with that portion of the grant.



> EH,


> There could be countless reasons as to why some

> closed early and some are

> still on hold - title issues or simply where one is

> standing in line. I

> guess not everyone can be first. I would think in

> this case the Equal

> Protection clause of the Constitution would mean

> each applicant is treated

> by the same rules & procedure and given the same

> consideration - of course

> that is when an applicant's turn finally comes up.


> John


> -----Original Message-----

> "Under the U.S. Constitution everyone has rights

> that fall under the "equal

> protection clause." Among its many implications,

> everyone (or every entity

> for that matter) has to be treated "equally" -

> that's the key word."



> That's interesting to hear. I was wondering if this

> would also apply to Road

> Home Elevation Grants that were given to those that

> closed early in the

> game, but now are on hold...Seems like everyone

> should be given the same

> options.



> EH

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