What does Susie Buffett have in mind for North Omaha?
A real estate company affiliated with Susie Buffett’s Sherwood Foundation has paid more than $4 million to buy roughly three-dozen buildings and vacant lots in North Omaha, according to a report in the Omaha World-Herald. (Susie Buffett is Warren Buffett’s daughter.)The newspaper says the purchases were made over six years in an area it describes as having “endured decades of economic decline and depopulation.”While the properties could give Buffett and her foundation a “major say” in redevelopment efforts, their intentions are not known.Susie Buffett declined to comment to the paper, while the foundation and the real estate company didn’t respond to its requests for comments.Some neighborhood leaders are concerned they haven’t been consulted, with one telling the World-Herald, “White people need to stop coming into a black community and making it all about what they want to see for us.”A city councilman, however, is quoted as saying he’s confident the community will ultimately have a say in what happens and that redevelopment will be good for the area.
Let me explain. After September 2020 after the US government accepts my conditions, the entire US Debts will be written off, and one of my primary goals is to help in redevelopment of slum and poor areas, including infrastructure. So there is a very high chance suddenly if your estate is scheduled for redevelopment, what will happen?
All around me, I see my friends and relatives upgraded themselves when they take advantage of this crisis, those who did not end up poorer when they are affected by retrenchments, it all depends on using your opportunities and your perspective in life, one of my friends even bought a ferrari. I gave everyone a very clear view of what is happening in the future, if you did not take this opportunity you only got yourself to blame. Contributed by Oogle.