‘Cowardly’ act forces Millers Point residents to move

Last Monday, 63-year-old public housing resident Colin Tooher left hospital after recovering from a heart attack.

On Wednesday morning, he got a shock almost big enough to put him back there, when wife Terry answered a knock on the door of their modest terrace house at 9 Windmill Street, Millers Point.

Two young women from Housing NSW were on the doorstep with a letter informing Mr Tooher that the government-owned house he had occupied from birth would soon be sold and the couple moved to an as-yet unknown destination.

via ‘Cowardly’ act forces Millers Point residents to move.

via ‘Cowardly’ act forces Millers Point residents to move.

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