Meeting Minutes: April 13, 2005
Today, there are two topics: first we will focus on the Hispanic population, included issues specific to undocumented persons and farm workers in Oregon.
The Farm Worker Housing Development Corp. (FHDC) was incorporated in 1990. Farm
worker housing was first developed in 1992. FHDC provides 50 units for farm workers and
their families. In 1999 another 40 units were developed and another 12 are planned. FHDC
also provides health and safety services, child-care, youth services, education
development, computer access, driver’s education and recreation programs through a
community center opened in 2004 in Woodburn. Classes are open to the Hispanic public.
These are the minutes of the Oregon HIV Housing Task Force, a government entity. Apparently their main concerns are getting housing for illegal aliens and classes that are only open to one race.
No word on whether or not Kulongoski would stand in the doorway to prevent any white kids from entering the "Hispanics only" classroom.