You may have seen the ABC News report earlier this month on this issue, linked here. But now, the dreaded notices that even the United Nations requested be stopped, has begun anew.
She's recovering from pneumonia. She cannot see well, she's had cataract surgeries in both eyes. Nor can she hear well. She cannot walk without assistance. There should be no scenario in which she could be evicted from her home of 24 years--a home she should own outright. But the act of humanity eludes the Nooksack Tribe
Chairman Rosemary LaClair foreshadowed this act of depravity during the ABC interview. She lacks heart and continues the abuse the Nooksack 306 has been subject to. She's no better than the two chairman, including felon Ross Cline, and Bob Kelly.