I'll vote to stay as I am, thanks

PUBLISHED: 08:52 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010

John Taylor s letter (Royston Crow Postbag) suggests that when South Cambs District Council tenants are finally given the chance to vote against transfer they will vote No decisively. I am sure he is right. A new housing association would have to go t

John Taylor's letter (Royston Crow Postbag) suggests that when South Cambs District Council tenants are finally given the chance to vote against transfer they will vote 'No' decisively.

I am sure he is right.

A new housing association would have to go to the banks and beg to borrow the tens of millions needed to buy our homes.

Who would have to pay these massive debts?

The 'fact' is that our rents would have to pay these debts and as the economy worsens, the housing association would be unlikely to survive.

As a tenant, I will vote to keep my safe, secure tenancy and will say 'No' to the misery of debt, and 'No' to transfer.

Tim Grief

Queens Close Harston

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