Lakes Region Tea Party Does Outstanding Job at Workforce Housing Meeting

Thanks to the leadership of Chairman Tim Carter, the Lakes Region Tea Party has done an outstanding job of educating the public about NH’s Granite State Future program, HUD’s Sustainable Communities Initiative and the grants that are enabling the federal government’s agenda in every town in NH.

The Granite State Future program was devised by the NH Regional Planning Commissions in order to deliver the ideas of Agenda 21 into each town funded by federal HUD grants.

Agenda 21 is mentioned in the Federal Register, Vol. 63, No. 163 for Monday, August 24, 1998/Notices on page 45157 as the impetus for HUD grants.

“The Sustainable Development Challenge Grant program is also a step in implementing “Agenda 21, the Global Plan of Action on Sustainable Development,” signed by the United States at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992.”

These grants have started showing up as ‘Sustainable Communities Initiatives’ under the Granite State Future program in NH for which HUD awards money to the various ‘regions’.

The Laconia Daily Sun does an excellent job of reporting the facts. Read about the first of two forums hosted as a community service by the Alton Business Association, which takes no position for or against the issue of workforce housing here.

“The second forum will be held on Thursday, September 25 at the Gilman Museum beginning at 6 p.m. The featured speakers will be Ken Eyring of Windham, founder of the Southern New Hampshire 912 Group, who will explain how workforce housing is linked to the Granite State Future project and Cormier, who will discuss the role of the Lakes Region Planning Commission.”

Related: HUD’s Plan for Social Engineering

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