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the Vasantkunj maid case made national headlines when a girl from Jharkhand’s Sahibgunj district was rescued from a household in the locality with bruises all over her body and maggots growing out of her wounds. the first being that he died in the Maiduguri uprising of August 2009 and the second in 2013 after a military raid on Sambisa forest. We want any runner to run in our race. who was appointed in 2009, It was a tough decision for me to make. 1, It has been evident for some time that the story that matters going forward is not Trumps but ours. as well as peaceful co-existence. The divide is administrative, According to a new study.
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The student’s grade level was not revealed,” Luttschwager said. and lost it to Myott It is as if the entire enclave–the pool the smooth black pathways the clubhouse all devoted to the exclusive use of residents at least 55 years of age–glides on a thin film of some invisible and frictionless fluid Maybe cooking oil Possibly BSRelatedIllinoisSecurity Guard Shot Dead by Police Officer at Suburban Chicago BarIllinoisSecurity Guard Shot Dead by Police Officer at Suburban Chicago Bar"Oh it’s bullsh-t" says Myott who at 73 has given the matter some thought Resolute good cheer is a conscious choice he believes grounded in the reality that physically looms in front of the residents: a miniature lighthouse at the park entrance its base paved with bricks bearing the names of neighbors who have died (11 last year) Forget it’s there and the road outside takes you past a hospital a nursing home ("with memory care") a hospice and off First Avenue a cemeteryLife in other words is to be embraced while it still hugs back Not everything has to be absolutely perfect"Nobody says ‘I’m going to retire to Florida and live in a trailer park’" says Bill Gorman who manages business affairs for Sleepy Hollow and 10 other parks "They say ‘I’m going to move to Florida and play golf go to the beach enjoy life’" The trailer The trailer is what makes everything else possible Even if you’ve never saved for retirement equity in a "stick house" (as trailer folk call ordinary homes) means you can sell it and pick up a mobile home for a fraction of the price Peggy and Don Shriner paid $6000 for a fixer-upper 16 years ago and now spend half the year in Sleepy Hollow one of 150 trailer parks for seniors in just the eastern half of Pasco County a formerly rural section of central Florida that lately is playing the role once performed by California: showcase for the futureHow will we live in our golden years As well as we can for as long as we can which at the bare minimum means avoiding institutional care–nursing homes assisted living hospitals–as long as possible The goal is what gerontologists call "aging in place" and in a world that still holds a few happy surprises one of the happiest is that trailer-park life turns out to be a superior way to achieve itNeighbors are close and look after one another Asphalt paths invite strolling The cribbage tourneys bingo and potluck dinners that cram page after page of the park newsletter shift loneliness from a default of old age to a conscious decision"And no stairs" exults Hank Vandergeld 70 chalking his cue stick at the Sleepy Hollow clubhouse a modest affair in a modest park populated by retirees who insist they could not be happier to be there "Save your money" says Vandergeld "When you’re 55-plus you can come live in one of these places""That’s the trouble" he adds after sinking the eight ball which makes him laugh "People don’t save"They do not The queasy-making economic reality of most US households is almost too dire to face Social Security is good for only so much Pensions are nearly a thing of the past And left to themselves to provide for their retirement most Americans have proved unequal to the task One in three has not put aside a thin dime toward retirement according to a 2016 survey Nearly 6 in 10 have saved less than $10000But all is not lost About 60% of US households own a home And the sale of a home opens the door to the possibility of trailer-park life If that possibility happens not to be one a lot of people have in mind for themselves what is aging except acceptance of the less-than-foreseen In a series of accommodations to the inevitable a mobile home may be just one albeit the kind that actually keeps a roof over your head And by the accounts of those already living quite happily in the parks they may turn out to have more going on than is readily apparent to outsiders sort of like aging"It’s coming one way or the other" says Dan Soliman housing specialist at the AARP Foundation where experts spend a great deal of time looking hard at the collective reality that individuals may be loath to face Some 10000 baby boomers turn 65 every day a "silver tsunami" of demography that will be followed before anyone knows it by millennials whose prospects are even tougher "We can either ride this wave and have a lot of fun" says Soliman "or crash onto the rocks"RelatedweatherA Paradise Resident on Her Narrow Escape From California’s Deadly Camp Fire – and Why Many Waited Too Long to LeaveweatherA Paradise Resident on Her Narrow Escape From California’s Deadly Camp Fire – and Why Many Waited Too Long to LeaveSomehow the advantages of senior trailer parks have remained obvious almost exclusively to their residents It is a success story without official ambassadors all but unstudied by academics "Honestly I think it’s because very few people in the academy especially in business schools are familiar with parks" says Charles M Becker an economics professor at Duke University whose own point of entry was some of his wife’s relatives Their story by the numbers: sold home for $180000 bought a used double-wide for $24000 put $5000 into fixing it up "and walked away with a pile of cash" Some of the windfall they wisely set aside (an annuity is wise Becker says) for utilities taxes and payments on the piece of land the trailer would sit on But the bottom line shines bright and clear through the gloom"You can’t buy $30000 worth of house in a stick-built house without being afraid of the neighborhood you live in" Becker observes "Trailer parks can be thought of as gated communities for people who aren’t so wealthy"It’s certainly a whole new way of thinking about them The old way everybody already knows Trailer parks are "the last acceptable prejudice in America" says Andrea Levere who studies issues of financial security and class as president of the Corporation for Enterprise Development There may be some basis for the stigma in many of the nation’s 44000 parks They tend to be operated not by the residents (like the seniors of Sleepy Hollow) but by landlords exploiting the traditional model The park owners rent tiny patches of land to the people who own the homes perched on it and charge pretty much whatever they like Landlords have the upper hand because mobile homes tend to be mobile in name only; moving one can cost from $5000 to many times that The typical mobile home arrives on wheels and stays put forever poor people paying the rich"It’s like owning a Waffle House where the customers are chained to the booths" in the words of Frank Rolfe who co-owns more than 250 parks across the US, 6and massive U. 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