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CALIFORNIA'S NEW HOMELESS BILL OF RIGHTS

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RAGLM Board > General Discussion > California's New Homeless Bill of Rights
6/18/2013 9:24:53 AM
InterestingReply: BillB
I wonder if MWD will finally be forced to open the lake to the public. I haven't read the bill, but this could have a number of potential up-sides and down-sides.
6/18/2013 8:35:10 AM
Hope they're readyReply: lid
If all government buildings have to provide for the homeless, I guess Mr. Obama and Gov. Brown need to get a few extra roll away beds!
6/17/2013 6:57:18 PM
Homeless Reply: JB
It seems strange to make a business stay open 24/7 where there is a risk of a breach in security of customer records and such, yet there are abandoned buildings (multi family dwellings) that they just let rot...when they could be offered as emergency shelter.  Cost would be an issue either way...but...it just doesn't make sense to me.  But, then, what do I know?
6/17/2013 5:50:23 PM
California's New Homeless Bill of RightsPost: Nathan
Just thought I would pass this on. I was at the recent water district meeting where they express their concern on this one as the bill apparently would force all Municipalities to leave their facilities open 24/7 for homeless shelter use. Boy, you think water rates and taxes are high now, just wait until this one happens and now all government buildings must provide security, electricity etc. 24/7 just in case. Who do you think will pay for the increased cost?

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