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Good Job Garcetti

BertramN

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Good Job Garcetti

The homeless populations in Los Angeles have until September 9th to get out of town, or face arrest for their crime of having nowhere to sleep.

“The mayor of Los Angeles signed an ordinance Thursday making it unlawful for people to ‘sit, lie, sleep’ or otherwise situate their belongings in the ‘public right of way’ The ordinance also makes it illegal to sit, lie, sleep, or set up encampments within 1,000 feet of or on a ‘street, sidewalk, or other public right-of-way.’”

The ordinance does nothing to solve the homeless problem, it just shifts it to communities surrounding the city that are within walking distance of the homeless populations.

With the failure of Congress to extend the COVID-19 related moratorium on evictions, the L.A. ordinance will take effect just in time to send the evicted families packing so they won’t clutter up the city’s streets.

For the evicted families with a loved one in the hospital recovering from COVID, in some instances, the former patients’ weakened condition upon release from the hospital onto the streets could mean an immediate trip to jail, if they are too weak to walk to the nearest city limit boundary. LAPD officers will undoubtedly be on high alert near hospitals, on the lookout for these criminals.

Note: This OP is concerning the mayor's signing of the city ordinance, which criminalizes homelessness. The OP is in no way related to the demonstrations at the mayor's home, demanding the mayor cancel rents, a completely separate issue.





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Good Job Garcetti

The homeless populations in Los Angeles have until September 9th to get out of town, or face arrest for their crime of having nowhere to sleep.

“The mayor of Los Angeles signed an ordinance Thursday making it unlawful for people to ‘sit, lie, sleep’ or otherwise situate their belongings in the ‘public right of way’ The ordinance also makes it illegal to sit, lie, sleep, or set up encampments within 1,000 feet of or on a ‘street, sidewalk, or other public right-of-way.’”

The ordinance does nothing to solve the homeless problem, it just shifts it to communities surrounding the city that are within walking distance of the homeless populations.

With the failure of Congress to extend the COVID-19 related moratorium on evictions, the L.A. ordinance will take effect just in time to send the evicted families packing so they won’t clutter up the city’s streets.

For the evicted families with a loved one in the hospital recovering from COVID, in some instances, the former patients’ weakened condition upon release from the hospital onto the streets could mean an immediate trip to jail, if they are too weak to walk to the nearest city limit boundary. LAPD officers will undoubtedly be on high alert near hospitals, on the lookout for these criminals.

Note: This OP is concerning the mayor's signing of the city ordinance, which criminalizes homelessness. The OP is in no way related to the demonstrations at the mayor's home, demanding the mayor cancel rents, a completely separate issue.





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Someone should start a Go Fund Me for the homeless.
 

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Good Job Garcetti

The homeless populations in Los Angeles have until September 9th to get out of town, or face arrest for their crime of having nowhere to sleep.

“The mayor of Los Angeles signed an ordinance Thursday making it unlawful for people to ‘sit, lie, sleep’ or otherwise situate their belongings in the ‘public right of way’ The ordinance also makes it illegal to sit, lie, sleep, or set up encampments within 1,000 feet of or on a ‘street, sidewalk, or other public right-of-way.’”

The ordinance does nothing to solve the homeless problem, it just shifts it to communities surrounding the city that are within walking distance of the homeless populations.

With the failure of Congress to extend the COVID-19 related moratorium on evictions, the L.A. ordinance will take effect just in time to send the evicted families packing so they won’t clutter up the city’s streets.

For the evicted families with a loved one in the hospital recovering from COVID, in some instances, the former patients’ weakened condition upon release from the hospital onto the streets could mean an immediate trip to jail, if they are too weak to walk to the nearest city limit boundary. LAPD officers will undoubtedly be on high alert near hospitals, on the lookout for these criminals.

Note: This OP is concerning the mayor's signing of the city ordinance, which criminalizes homelessness. The OP is in no way related to the demonstrations at the mayor's home, demanding the mayor cancel rents, a completely separate issue.





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Are you saying that once again the corrupt, fucked in the head anchor babies running Lost Angeles have chosen wetbacks over struggling real Americans?
 

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Are you saying that once again the corrupt, fucked in the head anchor babies running Lost Angeles have chosen wetbacks over struggling real Americans?
Don't be too sympathetic for the homeless. They absolutely deserve every smidgen of misery they get. Every day there are armies of social workers, religious workers, do goodness and general busy bodies whose sole purpose in life, as a job and as a labor of love, to get the homeless into housing. They just won't go. If they go, they leave as soon as they can sneak off. Get to a community office and get a brand new tent. The homeless love their freedom. It is a burden to use a toilet, to put garbage in a can.

The mentally ill drug addicts have destroyed much of Los Angeles they way they destroyed Santa Monica, San Francisco and Venice. They made a hellhole out of Venice. The beach is an open latrine. The boardwalk is bumfights every ten feet. What makes it even worse is that anyone in the vicinity is subject to random attack at any time. Including children. If one of the bleary eyed beggars think Mom will give them money, they will attack an infant in a stroller. Do you REALLY want to force some violent homeless addict out of his beach tent and into a room in the Valley?

Every word in the OP is a lie. Garcetti is cleaning up because he's going to be ambassador to India and no one wants to inherit his fuckups. No one wants to assume responsibility for the human garbage patch.
 

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Forgive me if this is a dumb question, but are there not any homeless shelter buildings in the area at all?

God bless you always!!!

Holly
 

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Good Job Garcetti

The homeless populations in Los Angeles have until September 9th to get out of town, or face arrest for their crime of having nowhere to sleep.

“The mayor of Los Angeles signed an ordinance Thursday making it unlawful for people to ‘sit, lie, sleep’ or otherwise situate their belongings in the ‘public right of way’ The ordinance also makes it illegal to sit, lie, sleep, or set up encampments within 1,000 feet of or on a ‘street, sidewalk, or other public right-of-way.’”

The ordinance does nothing to solve the homeless problem, it just shifts it to communities surrounding the city that are within walking distance of the homeless populations.

With the failure of Congress to extend the COVID-19 related moratorium on evictions, the L.A. ordinance will take effect just in time to send the evicted families packing so they won’t clutter up the city’s streets.

For the evicted families with a loved one in the hospital recovering from COVID, in some instances, the former patients’ weakened condition upon release from the hospital onto the streets could mean an immediate trip to jail, if they are too weak to walk to the nearest city limit boundary. LAPD officers will undoubtedly be on high alert near hospitals, on the lookout for these criminals.

Note: This OP is concerning the mayor's signing of the city ordinance, which criminalizes homelessness. The OP is in no way related to the demonstrations at the mayor's home, demanding the mayor cancel rents, a completely separate issue.





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Wow.

What is wrong with that city counsel and the mayor?

I'm glad they don't represent my city.
 

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Forgive me if this is a dumb question, but are there not any homeless shelter buildings in the area at all?

God bless you always!!!

Holly
Tons. There are reasons why the homeless refuse to go. One is that no drugs or alcohol is permitted. Two is that the incidents of fights is very high. Three, theft, even among those who have nothing is rampant. Four, morning cones early. The shelters require those who stay there to be up and out by 8am. No sleeping in.
 

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Activists vandalized the mayor's home in protest.

Why weren't there cops protecting the place?

Or were the cops too afraid to stop the vandals?

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Last year the mayor imposed a curfew because of BLM marches.

BLM supporters' attitude was "We ain't gonna obey it."

His Honor's attitude was "Okey dokey. I hereby rescind the curfew."
 

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