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New homeless plan proposed despite fighting Daytona Beach a " Despite...

There are 28 comments on the Daytona Beach News-Journal Online story from May 12, 2014, titled New homeless plan proposed despite fighting Daytona Beach a " Despite.... In it, Daytona Beach News-Journal Online reports that:

Despite some passionate objections, a proposal to set up a new board that will wield power over decisions on the local homeless population was put into motion Monday.

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Joe

Leesburg, FL

#22 Jun 14, 2014
Mineral Rights! Inorganic/Organic material [s] in the soil can establish the rights of ownership over the property rights. Standards and practices of the Florida Department of Transportation/St. Johns Water Management District will use legal manipulation separating the practices of FP&L SJWMD & FDOT disagreeing on an issue becomes the focus that creates a problem. the property becomes a private concern. Stocks can be traded in the mineral rights between the major stockholders [FP&L= Roy Johnson] FDOT- SJWMD Maryam Ghyabi ownership of the land is government property [any name or names on a rotation basis can include private holders on the stock.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#23 Jun 14, 2014
The estimate in the percentage of homeless people [just those without jobs or security] will not be separated from transient homeless to include criminal activity or local homeless repeat offenders. The minor offense of breaking and entering of an unoccupied structure [abandoned home or business] without undue harm will place the individual [s] in jail with an estimated cost of $70 per day not including transportation costs. The fines can be waved or may involve intentionally being arrested for the support of any comfort that's available. The fines of homeless local criminal activity are raised with each offense the tax dollars of which will support the minor offenses. Constituting a payoff is in there and has to be proven that this is a reason for the rotation!!! The transient homeless records find a way to balance the overriding costs. Records that remain then vanish. The overriding costs are in drug offenses [Joseph Will] rehabilitation costs are factored into the repeat offense that could constitute a bribe. It's a rotation intentionally designed to return money to government funding. The high salary estimates [Lisa Hamilton] only redirect the costs. The money is in bribery of a public official for the purpose of controlling the crime rate.
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#24 Jun 14, 2014
No state of federal funding means that city taxes become a tax increase not regulated by the cities of Holly Hill - South Daytona or Port Orange it's recorded as a county tax with an unequal government to establish Holly Hill South Daytona & Port Orange as just much an illegal use of land by allowing for too much government. Holly Hill/ South Daytona/Port Orange would have to be taxing districts under one government 4 year term agreement with political background included as a requirement for office representing one city in order to show any growth potential using federal tax-sales tax that impacts property costs. When will That happen?? Ponce Inlet [home to Frank Bruno & Jim Deneen Wilbur by the Sea aren't those properties without politics to run them doesn't that include the privileged tax base?
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#25 Jun 16, 2014
LynnS wrote:
We have more homeless because there are no decent paying jobs, and those working for less than $10 an hour are most likely just 'that' close to ending up homeless as well, since foreign real estate "interests' have pushed up the cost of rentals and living so much. Many of these people were formerly homebuilder contractors who found themselves without jobs after the great republican Recession of 2008/2009. Give them a little slack and show you have some humanity left in you, people.
The complaint of not enough jobs is right Low income is cost control. Someone that believes you have to do what you have to do-whatever it takes including degrading yourself with three jobs to supplement your income is in three separate tax brackets. One could cover the cost of gas tax [already more than $1 over the reasonable cost. Carpooling can cut those costs however the gas tax has already impacted the cost of living increase with an elevated tax for delivery. The sales tax creates the same effect for the consumer [effecting the job market] as it would for someone who is on government funding or social security [which was paid into] Basically the sales tax allows for $1600 a month income to be put back into a system where the money they spent last month becomes the money they spend next month. A threat to the homeless problem.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

#26 Jun 18, 2014
Joe wrote:
The estimate in the percentage of homeless people [just those without jobs or security] will not be separated from transient homeless to include criminal activity or local homeless repeat offenders. The minor offense of breaking and entering of an unoccupied structure [abandoned home or business] without undue harm will place the individual [s] in jail with an estimated cost of $70 per day not including transportation costs. The fines can be waved or may involve intentionally being arrested for the support of any comfort that's available. The fines of homeless local criminal activity are raised with each offense the tax dollars of which will support the minor offenses. Constituting a payoff is in there and has to be proven that this is a reason for the rotation!!! The transient homeless records find a way to balance the overriding costs. Records that remain then vanish. The overriding costs are in drug offenses [Joseph Will] rehabilitation costs are factored into the repeat offense that could constitute a bribe. It's a rotation intentionally designed to return money to government funding. The high salary estimates [Lisa Hamilton] only redirect the costs. The money is in bribery of a public official for the purpose of controlling the crime rate.
OMG!!!! You're still trying to convince the public that this human garbage that tries to pass itself off as "homeless" should be dealt with open arms. B.S.!!! If these dregs of society wants to wallow in their own sewage, then let them, but let them do it either up or down the coast. When these hobos and bums won't give you a real name or where they are from, it sends up a RED FLAG of why they are avoiding contact with their family or responsibilities. When a" homeless veteran" will not give you any details or names so you can get him help, just figure that he's one of the bogus "homeless veterans " dressed in thrift store clothes wanting you to give him money for booze and cigarettes. Just keep walking!
Joe

Leesburg, FL

#27 Jun 19, 2014
Joe wrote:
The Veterans Building [U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs the Veterans Military Organization [listed with three names] 1620 Mason Ave Daytona Beach. This is on a basic website without designs or information. Not listed as an administration [Building]' only known as suite C The Daytona Beach Outpatient Clinic [website] 551 Healthcare Drive Daytona Beach lists three doctors next to those names are three blank images. The question of how many homeless veterans are in Volusia County would only amount to the transient homeless taking advantage of not for profit/ or religious not for profit organizations for purpose of allowing for the major tax deductions. Including the property.
The point was made that there is no veteran's administration building or hospital and the tax free properties through religious organization are being horribly abused. Even with a point of having a road in Volusia County that spells out NO_VA
Dragonfly Hummingbird

Oviedo, FL

#28 Jun 19, 2014
Joe wrote:
<quoted text> The point was made that there is no veteran's administration building or hospital and the tax free properties through religious organization are being horribly abused. Even with a point of having a road in Volusia County that spells out NO_VA
Funny!
justicefour

Coraopolis, PA

#29 Sep 20, 2014
Bill wrote:
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What the hell you going on about?
Lol u read my mind

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