Esto approves first reading of mobile home ordinance

Published: Thursday, August 8, 2013 at 03:49 PM.

“People who enter the United States illegally should not receive any benefits from American taxpayers,” read Little. “All United States boards should be totally secured and 100 percent verified and any person in the U.S. illegally should receive no amnesty.”

Little said that he’s already received approval of support from the City of Bonifay, the Town of Westville, the Town of Noma, the Town of Caryville and the Holmes County Board of County Commissioners.

“Most people think this is just against the Hispanics, but they’re wrong,” said Little. “This is against anyone who is here by illegal means, which includes Indians, Pakistanis, Chinese, Asians; any one who isn’t willing to go through what it takes to become a legal citizen of the United States of America.”

The council approved of the resolution of support.

“I realize we have illegals and they’ve been here for a long time,” said Powell. “I just don’t think that it’s fair to those of us who are paying our dues and that can’t get ahead because they’re taking the burden of these illegals.”

The council approved of paying a local man $2,115 to repair and refurbish the kitchen and inside of the Esto Community Center.

“I know a couple people who have used him and is very satisfied with his work,” said Madden. “He said he should be done by Sept. 14, just in time for the Two-Toe Tom Yard Sale.”

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