Billionaire to Create Domiciles For Battered Women
There was no pr release, no entourage, no announcement at all when renowned entrepreneur David H. Murdock, manager of Dole Food Co., walked to the housing authority offices in his home county of Ventura, Calif., to supply to create inexpensive housing for victims of domestic abuse on county-owned land.

Murdock's help could give as many as 200 one-, two- and three-bedroom models for battered women and their children.

"It is perhaps precious for the a huge selection of people who could possibly be served," Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long said.

In addition to predevelopment money, what Murdock brings to the table is a more popular reputation to get things done.

"He wants to make a direct effect and make it fairly fast," said Douglas Tapking, executive director of the housing authority. "We were therefore excited to see this person step-up to the plate at any given time once the government is retreating and the local and state budgets are down. We were very impressed."

Murdock, who lives on an expansive, working farm maybe not far from the proposed development site, established fact for bold expressions. Browse here at the link to study how to provide for it. He got the 150-year-old Dole Food Co last year. Personal, and more recently announced plans to create a wellness complex that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger predicted will be "the most advanced massage in the world."

Murdock in addition has produced the Dole Nutrition Institute to conduct research into the health advantages of fruits and vegetables and teach the American public about the potential of proper diet to increase longevity and prevent disease. The young-at-heart fish-vegetarian methods what he preaches by training an hour each day and observing a, plant based diet.

"I see my role in aiding to develop this housing for battered women as an easy way to give them a chance to heal," said Murdock. "And also to help the people that are an integral part of the community in the county and state I call home."

Jennifer Grossman is the director of the Dole Nutrition Institute. - NU.


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