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Wed May 24, 2017, 06:37 AM

Mick Mulvaney hates helping children who have been abused.

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Mick Mulvaney hates helping children who have been abused physically, emotionally, and sexually. He celebrates closing of children camps that help keep our children safe. If this is something he celebrated and support, only imagine what else he will come up with the Trump administration. Mick is an evil snake. http://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/camp-treetops-death-dream http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2016/10/14/tree-tops-kicks-off-with-80-home-sales-in.html

Excerpt from http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2016/10/14/tree-tops-kicks-off-with-80-home-sales-in.html

On Saturday, Tree Tops by Lennar holds a grand-opening event with Congressman Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) speaking. Lennar has a line of model homes available to tour during the morning event.

Excerpt from http://www.carolinagatewayonline.com/content/camp-treetops-death-dream

The Camp TreeTops story begins with late Fort Mill businessman and philanthropist Fred C. Wikoff Jr. and his donation of the property to the nonprofit Family Center, an organization he helped establish and support to fight child abuse.
By now, the arguments by opponents of residential development of the TreeTops property on Van Wyck Road are well-known: potential stresses on infrastructure and schools, frustrations with unresponsive county officials and the property's legacy as a camp for impoverished children.
With Lancaster County Council set to vote Monday, Dec. 8, on final reading of two ordinances that would allow Lennar Homes to begin work on an 835-home subdivision a development agreement and cluster overlay zoning that makes the venture profitable the latter argument is worth another look.
More than a mere appeal to emotion, the argument gets to the heart of the passions riled in many Van Wyck residents by development of the property, one they say pits a dead man's vision against those who would profit from its remains.
To most opponents, the villain is not so much Lennar as the property's current owner and seller, Mathews, N.C.-based Thompson Child and Family Focus, a 125-year-old nonprofit they say took over the camp in 2008, promising to keep the founder's dream alive, but eyeballing the bottom line all along.
"I would say they never had any intention of doing anything with the property," Van Wyck resident and former TreeTops board member Genie Graham said of Thompson. "They kept the property manager on a little bit and then they let it go.
"When they walked away, everything that people gave, everything that people built, was overrun by vandals. It was just atrocious," she said. "Everything Thompson said was a lie. They said it cannot be run as a camp and they knew good and well it could be."

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