Steph Curry Opposes Low-Income Housing Next To His Mansion

Figures. Remember when a handful of illegal immigrants showed up in Martha’s Vineyard? They must have tightened up their private air defense because that has not been repeated. Typical liberal. Class envy is fine as a political tool, but best to keep those envious common folk out of the really good neighborhoods.

Steph Curry and his wife, Ayesha, are against the idea of a low-income housing development near their $30 million mansion in Atherton, California. The Currys oppose the development so strongly that they wrote a letter to the town voicing concerns about their privacy and safety if the development is pushed forward.The town of Atherton has opted to upzone a 1.5-acre lot with the property owner planning to develop up to 16 three-story townhomes. The townhomes would be “looming directly behind us,” according to the Currys.

Steph Curry Opposes Low-Income Housing Next To His Mansion

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