Eric Helped All
As the Chair of the Lindenwood Alliance, a community based organization, in the Lindenwood community, which serves a demographic that consists of multi-family dwellings comprised of two/three family homes, garden apartments, condominiums and cooperative housing, we would like to thank Council Member Eric Ulrich for being the prime sponsor of Resolution 1808 which called upon Congress to amend the Biggert-Waters Act, and ESPECIALLY for co-sponsoring Resolution 1927 that urges Congress to enact, and the president to sign, a bill, which will amend the Robert T. Staffor Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act to provide assistance to condominiums and housing cooperatives damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
I know that a great deal of bill numbers and resolution numbers were just mentioned but, what it translates to is that our council member, Eric Ulrich, would not let a bill pass without it benefiting his ENTIRE CONSTITUENCY!! The damage that was realized by the co-ops and condos throughout the 32nd Council District was forgotten by the federal government but, not by our council member.
Thank you, Council Member Eric Ulrich, for not forgetting that, in addition to the single family dwellings that were destroyed as a result of this tragic storm, there were people in multi-family dwellings that lost their homes as well.