[Hpn] Re: Fw: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor

unclescam unclescam@buskers.org
Tue, 16 Nov 2004 20:59:07 -0500 (EST)

but what question were you answering?
did you read her statement? she was asking nothing of you
and you replied with an incoherant rant. enough of this personl

On 11/17/2004, "William Charles Tinker" <wtinker@metrocast.net> wrote:

>Some Legislators do write me seeking info and input.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "William Charles Tinker" <wtinker@metrocast.net>
>To: "Harriet E. Cady" <kd1843@verizon.net>; Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004
>6:59 PM
>Subject: RE: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor
> Rep. Harriet E. Cady et al
> As far as I am concerned I do not believe any one should be involuntarily
> houseless or homeless in New Hampshire or this country,but we pander to
> fools at times,who seem to think  housing thats over 50 years old is in
> of gentrification.
> The problems are they never preserve historical housing in their down town
> revitalization plans, or decent refurbishable units of housing thus
> our once available housing rental stock supply down to institutions that
> off the retired and dis-allow them to live more independent lives.
> Case in point... a very well educated librarian woman in Franklin NH had
> $100,000.00 savings account in bank, she fell at home letting her cat out
> broke her hip,and the social workers talked her into moving into Mountain
> Ridge /Mountain Crest on Baldwin Street  Franklin NH  for her own safety...
> She had a nice 2 room apartment type of housing there,but in about 2 years
> when her money was depleted they put her out front in welfare part of
> Nursing Home where she fell and broke her hip she now is in throes of
> dementia and alzheimers.
> Do you see the sad  irony here?
> William "Bill" Tinker
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Harriet E. Cady" <kd1843@verizon.net>
>To: "William Charles Tinker" <wtinker@metrocast.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 5:59 PM
>Subject: Women's Home for desitute in Manchester, Pearl Manor
> Hi Mr. Tinker,
> AS I told you the Women's home for the destitute was founded in 1891 by law
> and the Trust grew to be worth over 8 million dollars but somehow the
> Elliott Hospital has used it to sell the original Pearl Manor and build at
> Hillcrest Terrace.  Now they are charging $6000 plus per month for people
> be at Pearl Manor.  I am asking the court to investigate what happened to
> the original charge of what Pearl Manor was to be.
> Certainly there shouldn't be homeless when there was a home for the aged in
> Manchester.
> Harriet