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BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
Is it bad that I saw the aftermath of the OK tornado on the lical news and thought it was pics of a tent city?
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
Since the libs are not a fan of the joo, you have to wonder what is really behind this.


 

Floyd1977

Registered User
Since the libs are not a fan of the joo, you have to wonder what is really behind this.


Yeah, but they’re big donors and almost unanamously vote democrat (for reasons I still don’t really understand).

Probably also has something to do with Trump being a Nazi
 

5skin

Registered User
You know, if one person, just one person, does it, they may think he's sick.

And if two people do it, in harmony, they may think they're both faggots.

And if three people do it! Can you imagine three people walkin' up and stealing tents! They may think it's an
Organization!

And can you imagine fifty people a day? I said FIFTY people a day steal tents from these filthy scum! Friends they may think it's a movement, TENT movement! All you gotta do to join is move a TENT!
 

TheLoon

Registered User
You know, if one person, just one person, does it, they may think he's sick.

And if two people do it, in harmony, they may think they're both faggots.

And if three people do it! Can you imagine three people walkin' up and stealing tents! They may think it's an
Organization!

And can you imagine fifty people a day? I said FIFTY people a day steal tents from these filthy scum! Friends they may think it's a movement, TENT movement! All you gotta do to join is move a TENT!
You post this same comment all over the place and just change one word...it's not clever...stop it! Bad dog!
 

Mommadeez4u

Bastard coated bastard w/ bastard filling
Businesses sue City of Olympia for how it handles homeless problem


OLYMPIA, Wash. – We now know the names of the businesses who filed a lawsuit against the city of Olympia over the growing homeless problem there. Zeigler Welding, Aztec Bowling, and C & H Construction are all suing the city for opening a sanctioned encampment and not utilizing current laws like trespassing and nuisance laws to combat crimes committed by some people who are homeless.

Unsanctioned homeless encampment growing under the 4th Ave Bridge in Olympia.

Lined with tents, the Olympia city-sanctioned encampment is full of tenants like 30-year-old Melissa Stevens.

“It’s helping me move up into an apartment,” said Stevens.

She says she’s been clean off meth for eight years. She says she’d rather be at the sanctioned encampment off Franklin Street than at a shelter.

“Most all the time the shelters are always full; always full and don’t have room,” said Stevens.

But some in Olympia have chosen the streets to call home right next door to Zeigler’s Welding, Aztec Bowling, and C & H Construction. Attorney Jon Cushman says the city allows homeless people to do whatever they want at the expense of businesses and residents.

“Riffed with drug use, crime, prostitution, needles everywhere, and a lot of associated crime and vandalism,” said Cushman.

Cushman says the city isn’t enforcing current laws and bypassed city code to open this sanctioned encampment off Franklin Street where Stevens now lives.

“It’s what the city failed to do first of all. They failed to enforce the law. Trespass laws and nuisance laws…instead, they took a hands-off position and the problem grew and grew,” said Cushman.

But when the businesses filed suit…

“After we filed our lawsuit, they abated two of the camps,” said Cushman.

But once both of those unsanctioned encampments closed, Cushman says some homeless people just moved under the 4th Avenue bridge only showing how much the problem is growing.

“Shutdown the camp under 4th Avenue bridge. Shutdown the camp under I-5. Shutdown the camp at the jungle. The city could shut them all down,” said Cushman.

City leaders tell Q13 they can’t comment on pending litigation. However, a flyer found at City Hall about the city’s sanctioned encampment reads in-part, “This is not a permanent end state. This step will help facilitate safety, public health, dignity, along with improved enforcement of camping and behaviors in the Downtown core and other areas. The City is currently looking to establish a second mitigation site outside of Downtown for temporary and safe camping.”

Stevens says sanctioned encampments give homeless people a place to go and actually help businesses.

“I would like to not see homeless people sleep in front of businesses and have the cops always bothering them,” said Stevens.
 

Creasy Bear

gorgeousness and gorgeousity made flesh
Donator
Businesses sue City of Olympia for how it handles homeless problem


OLYMPIA, Wash. – We now know the names of the businesses who filed a lawsuit against the city of Olympia over the growing homeless problem there. Zeigler Welding, Aztec Bowling, and C & H Construction are all suing the city for opening a sanctioned encampment and not utilizing current laws like trespassing and nuisance laws to combat crimes committed by some people who are homeless.

Unsanctioned homeless encampment growing under the 4th Ave Bridge in Olympia.

Lined with tents, the Olympia city-sanctioned encampment is full of tenants like 30-year-old Melissa Stevens.

“It’s helping me move up into an apartment,” said Stevens.

She says she’s been clean off meth for eight years. She says she’d rather be at the sanctioned encampment off Franklin Street than at a shelter.

“Most all the time the shelters are always full; always full and don’t have room,” said Stevens.

But some in Olympia have chosen the streets to call home right next door to Zeigler’s Welding, Aztec Bowling, and C & H Construction. Attorney Jon Cushman says the city allows homeless people to do whatever they want at the expense of businesses and residents.

“Riffed with drug use, crime, prostitution, needles everywhere, and a lot of associated crime and vandalism,” said Cushman.

Cushman says the city isn’t enforcing current laws and bypassed city code to open this sanctioned encampment off Franklin Street where Stevens now lives.

“It’s what the city failed to do first of all. They failed to enforce the law. Trespass laws and nuisance laws…instead, they took a hands-off position and the problem grew and grew,” said Cushman.

But when the businesses filed suit…

“After we filed our lawsuit, they abated two of the camps,” said Cushman.

But once both of those unsanctioned encampments closed, Cushman says some homeless people just moved under the 4th Avenue bridge only showing how much the problem is growing.

“Shutdown the camp under 4th Avenue bridge. Shutdown the camp under I-5. Shutdown the camp at the jungle. The city could shut them all down,” said Cushman.

City leaders tell Q13 they can’t comment on pending litigation. However, a flyer found at City Hall about the city’s sanctioned encampment reads in-part, “This is not a permanent end state. This step will help facilitate safety, public health, dignity, along with improved enforcement of camping and behaviors in the Downtown core and other areas. The City is currently looking to establish a second mitigation site outside of Downtown for temporary and safe camping.”

Stevens says sanctioned encampments give homeless people a place to go and actually help businesses.

“I would like to not see homeless people sleep in front of businesses and have the cops always bothering them,” said Stevens.
The welding and the construction businesses are the perfect businesses to go after this shit. The SJW cunts would go after a business like a coffee shop or a restaurant and picket them into bankruptcy. They try and pull that shit on welders and construction workers, and their shit will get pushed, and those cowards know it.

And then there's this piece of shit...
Lined with tents, the Olympia city-sanctioned encampment is full of tenants like 30-year-old Melissa Stevens.

“It’s helping me move up into an apartment,” said Stevens.

She says she’s been clean off meth for eight years. She says she’d rather be at the sanctioned encampment off Franklin Street than at a shelter.
Been clean for 8 years, and still living in a fucking tent?

Fucking junkies.
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
I'm sure she got the job because she was a very good firefighter.


 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
This'll fix it!!!


 

Mags

LDAR, bitch.
Donator
The welding and the construction businesses are the perfect businesses to go after this shit. The SJW cunts would go after a business like a coffee shop or a restaurant and picket them into bankruptcy. They try and pull that shit on welders and construction workers, and their shit will get pushed, and those cowards know it.

And then there's this piece of shit...


Been clean for 8 years, and still living in a fucking tent?

Fucking junkies.
What are you talking about? We know from experience that meth addicts tell the truth 97% of the time.
 
Oh in the first Portland they want to house homeless through out the city even in the hoity toity aka expensive areas. Local residents are not amused for obvious reasons.

https://wgme.com/news/local/homelessness-in-maine-a-roundtable-discussion

and

South Portland to discuss options to help asylum seekers

Almost 200 people are at the Portland Expo to seek asylum in the United States, and hundreds more are on the way.

The city of Portland is expecting more asylum seekers to arrive by bus in the coming days, and that means city leaders are working on plans to shelter and house them, and they have reached out to their neighbors for help.

South Portland Mayor Claude Morgan plans to bring this issue before his city council at their meeting Thursday night.

Right now, the Portland Expo is holding a little more than 170 people from African nations, and while the building can hold up to 600, this was an unexpected influx of people for the city.

South Portland's mayor is one of the first to reach out, looking for ways to help.

Mayor Morgan says right now, his city is supporting 67 immigrant families, and says he hopes the surrounding community will come together to form a plan.

“I believe as a region, the six municipalities that compose the greater Portland area need to sit down and say, ‘What's the long-term picture and how do we solve the challenge together? And each bring our forte to the table and offer that.’ We all have different assets, and if we combine those assets on a regional level, we're going to find great satisfaction and will have the benefit of welcoming those immigrants,” Morgan said.
Link

Send them to Lewiston to be with the other Africants? And for the love of doG fucking investigate them as we don't want any more African war lords sneaking in...
 
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