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     Low cost RV Village Parks and Subdivisions  are needed    now more than ever! 
   *    For Climate Refugees in low coastal areas.    *    For  Economic  Refugees.
   *    and for those seeking a very affordable lifestyle.
 Local, State and Federal Government together with USACE  should  join the effort  in
  giving  Americans the  economic  breathing space with more spendable dollars.
This was clearly illustrated during  Hurricane Katrina when some victims   stayed at the
 lavish New York Waldorf Astoria  while other flood  victims were able 
       to stay for free at the Texas State Parks Campgrounds.

   Habitat RAM Villages have:
  *  Recreational Vehicle sites
  *  Subdivisions for RV, MH, Park Trailer and  
      Modular Home sites. 
  *  Buildings allocated for  Youth, Adult and Family
     Hostels;   some with private partitions.
  *  An European Themed Village Center with
     a diversity of shops and stores. 
  *  Maximizes self-contained and self-sufficient  economics and use Habitat Sweat Equity. 
    Based on CalFed HomeWater Agency Act #21336 File No. SA2001RF0008
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     American Woody  Villages
Welcome to Maui Safari and Molly Mupp's Hobby Village
             now planned for development in north Florida
 Top Reasons to support USACE  Emergncy Villages. 

With over 30 million people economically wiped out  by the Corona Virus
and loosing their jobs, homes, apartments and livelihoods  the US needs
a Roosevelt style Emergency Plan to  reduce the oncoming impact of
another Great Depression. In addition with rising sea levels destroying
homes plus the already homeless the need is urgent. 

This is America’s Best Opportunity to fulfilling the noble intent
 of lifting people out of poverty by providing jobs and an extremely affordable 
lifestyle with RVs and Modular Homes manufactured locally within the Village
area.

​* This program creates reasonably self-sufficient Villages within existing USACE
 campgrounds such as: Lake Seminole, Lake Allatoona, Wright Patman Lake in
 Texas and other southern locations.

*  These are primarily RV-Mobile Home and 12 ft wide modular homes using 
     low  cost back to back power pedestals where both RVs, Park Trailers and 
     small modular homes can PLUG In.
USACE Support Letter for Emergency Priority USACE Villages
To be refiled in May 2020 as WRRDA 7001 Proposal To Congress

This is for a low cost jobs-housing program for planning, building
 and operating USACE RV-MH Villages along the Hwy 10 southern 
corridor at:
 * USACE Lakes and Campgrounds 
 * Malls and shopping centers whose retailers are downsizing by 20 to 50%.
 with adjacent acreage for building RV-MH sites.
 * Unused malls with adjacent acreage for building RV-MH sites.
 *  Existing Walmart Stores in rural areas to anchor a themed Village Center
    for food processing, shops, factories, Hostel Facilities and entertainment 
    giving a 1.3 Jobs-Housing Ratio where available surrounding acreage  
    is affordable and can be used for 15,000 RV-MH sites or more. 
 This is an FDR Roosevelt type Jobs-Housing program that serves 
  the needs of the millions left destitute by the :
  * Corona Virus Pandemic
  * Hurricanes, Tornado's and Rising Sea Levels
  * and the Homeless due to rising rents and no jobs.
 YouTube video shows Starting in May
Lt. General Todd Semonite
and  Deputy Commander
Major General Robert F. Whittle
USACE HQ: at  
US Army Corps of Engineers
441 G Street NW
Washington, DC, 20314-1000

  Support our mission for this vital program.
         Why we need an Emergency- Priority  
      FDR type Jobs-Housing program to create
          affordable USACE RV-MH Villages 

This WRRDA 7001 Proposal is a highly specific
plan that sharply focuses on local jobs and housing
creation initially in Florida, Georgia, Alabama,
Louisiana and California.
Use of USACE parks for large RV-MH villages is necessary, 
 but existing Mall conversion saves time and money. 
The three-story Providence Arcade in Rhode Island — America's oldest mall — transformed the majority of its shops into 48 micro-apartments in 2016 (with a hair salon and cafés still on the ground floor).
The USACE has done a great job in acquiring malls
and facilities for Public Housing saving time and money.
Here’s the key reasons we need this FDR type Jobs-Housing 
program: 

*  Growing homeless due to no income because of the coronavirus closing business laying off workers. This is far worse than the Great Depression.

* The existing homeless situation because of inflated rents.

* The loss of homes and jobs due to Global Warming  
  particularly along the Atlantic seaboard and Florida

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