Re: My2Cents Taylorsville"If the state is sending rental payments to
the storage units then they have a right to be there"Wrong. It
is the city and not the storage rental facility that governs occupancy
requirements. And no, no local governmental agency will grant permission to
live in a storage unit. They just don't meet the code requirements.
So who is paying the storage unit fees for these residents? If the state is
sending rental payments to the storage units then they have a right to be there,
and make the storage unit provide better living conditions and porta potty
service.The article didn't say if these people were
homesteading or if the state and HUD was paying rent for storage units so the
what is not said is also an issue. If the storage company is collecting HUD rent
then it can be assumed the storage company is renting living quarters.Stories and article of this kind written by tabloids should be more specific
with their details and information. They leave too much out and omit too many
oh no! The stimulus package ain't working for these folks.