There are so many solutions to so many problems that I personlly can come up with that would actually be solutions, but such people as Ron Littlefield are the ones given the positions to put on their puppet show, whereas no solutions are developed and executed, just an expasnsion of the problems, and more problems to add to the list are developed. It's kind of like the old, "the hand is quicker than the eye" trick. Only in this case, it's the "spoken and written, drawn out and confusing words are quicker than the reception, comprehension, and thought process." And meanwhile to help aid the true nature of the mayors plans behind all the deceptive words is the truth. It's called control. Not govern, but control. The article mentions $750,000 used to purchase the property; another $50,000 for environmental surveying. So far the entire process has gone on for around 2-1/2 years. Time is like water flowing under the bridge. During all tha time and waist more adequate and legitimate efforts could have been enacted to actully solve homeless issues. For example, that money, in part, could have been used to initiate legal action to stop big businesses board memebers and corporate major stock holders from taking too much from the profits of their operations and instead made to provide those who have labored to make those profits with more adequately sufficient incomes and benefits.
What we have is the government taking it from big businesses and the public at large, and then giving it back in bits and pieces, creating a "welfare system that they depend on for their own job security, and for manipulation purposes, not for what is best for the people.
If big business executives and governmment weren't taking so much away from it all those people working to make it all happen wouldn't have to depend on government "benefits," as such crap is called, to afford the adequate supoort for their families. And I'm just touching base on it, here. Look at all the money taken away from the overall abundance that is paid into TV trash, and for those to have far more than they need, just for waistful and rediculously greedy and selfish purposes. And you all claim you are "Christians." If you all are the "Cristians" you claim to be, then why is it you are all on your way to Hell?
And again, I'm just touching on the tip of the "brotherhood" iceberg. Your brotherhood and fellowship is like a two-headed poisonous snake, walking on two feet.
$800,000 would have been enough to create actual jobs for a number of people, in so many ways. But the mayor focuses on programs to keep people dependent on government for income and benefits that amounts to a hill of already ate beans.