More Misrepresentations (lies) from the “Yes To Paving” Peak 7 Neighborhood – Breckenridge, Colorado “committee” – Summit County, Colorado
The Summit County Supported Pro-paving committee has been falsely advising those property owners who will experience financial hardship as a result of the Peak 7 Paving LID that the non-profit FIRC Summit will assist them with financing.
THIS IS NOT TRUE – READ BELOW FROM FIRC AND VOTE NO ON 1C
IS FIRC A RESOURCE FOR AID OR RELIEF FOR HOMEOWNERS OR RENTERS AFFECTED BY MEASURE 1C?
” If any neighbor is truly in hardship, Colorado Peak and FIRC have solutions in place for you. Please reach out to them, and share this information with your neighbors. Additionally, we have been researching avenues of assistance for those who may be in hardship positions.” LID representative email sent on 10/12/2019 by firstname.lastname@example.org”
From: Carla Decker <Carlad@summitfirc.org>Date: October 23, 2019 at 5:28 PMSubject: RE: 1C Ballot Measure
It has been brought to our attention that the Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) has been mentioned as a resource for aid, or relief to residents in the Peak 7 neighborhood that would be affected by the 1C Ballot Measure, should it pass. We would like to clarify that:
1) FIRC is a non-profit and takes no stance on the 1C ballot initiative. We do not want to be cited as a proponent of, or affiliated with the 1C Ballot Measure.
2) FIRC has very limited funds for people in extreme need of rental or mortgage relief, on a one time basis, for up to $1,000 maximum. This program is simply not applicable to homeowners/renters stressed by the 1C initiative given our limited budget and the purpose of our program.
3) FIRC does not have funding or relief services for the Peak 7 neighborhood, on an on-going basis or related to the 1C Ballot Measure.
If you have any further questions, please reach out to me directly.
Thank you, Carla”