Sunday, November 2, 2014

Managers board announces new location for November meeting.

Apparently someone at the veterans home, or in this case,  one of the board members, Earnest Meyers who is a proven liar, is contacting people about attending this special board of managers meeting.

The message being sent to people reads:

The State of Michigan Veterans Homes (Grand Rapids & Marquette) Board of Managers Meeting will be held at a Special Location on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 at 1:30 p. m. at the Mayflowere-Lt. Gamble VFW Post 6695 located at 1426 S. Mill Street in Plymouth, MI.  Phone 734-459-6700.

ALL Veteran Organizations and Auxiliaries are invited to attend to attend this very important meeting to learn about (1) the operational functions of the two Veterans Homes, (2) learn about Veteran entitlements and eligibility on becoming a resident and (3) learn about opportunities for individuals and businesses to support the homes.  Please forward this email to your own directories, so everyone can mark their calendars for this November 19th Meeting at 1:30 p.m.

Thank You
Ernie Meyers, Sr
Board Member 

No why would anyone want to go to this meeting?  We already know about the operational functions of the two Vets Homes ran  by the state of Michigan.  And any vet can go to any number of vet related locations and learn about their benefits and entitlements.  And who in the right mind would want to become a resident of the home considering what has happened to the GR home since 2010? I mean I understand a lot of them have no where else to go, and that is a shame.  Michigan is the first state to do such a dishonor to its Veterans. The home is a prison to many, where they will wither and die. And right now it's not even fit for a dog to die in. Heck, one dog even refused to eat the food offered to the Veterans, instead it cocked its leg on the bowel containing the main meal for that day.

And what is this learning about how individuals and businesses can support the home?   Sorry but isn't that what we are paying tax money for?  Or is this just yet another attempt to get more money for projects that are already funded, so that you can siphon off the funds to use elsewhere?

Either way, I don't like this. Something doesn't feel right about this.

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