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SAN DIEGO,CA. A Mira Mesa woman and her husband are fighting their eviction from the place they’ve called home for the last twenty years on Priestley Street. Unable to afford the adjustable rate mortgage monthly payments of $5,800, the couple and their five dogs have been evicted, but June Reyno is fighting the eviction – which could be today the 27th or tomorrow – by chaining herself to her house. They expect the San Diego Sheriff’s Department to come out to the Reyno’s home any day. The Sheriffs delivered the eviction notice on October 8th.
MSNBC reports that Reyno said she will remain chained to her home until “the California State Legislature elected officials respond to these massive evictions and foreclosures that are going on in our county.” The couple’s salary was halved recently when June lost her job. It is reported that the couple were approved for a loan to buy the house back, but they claim the property manager won’t agree to the new terms. “We will not allow them to take this home from us,” June Reyno claimed.
[Go here for the MSNBC story.]