Daytona leaders ban begging for food in downtown area
City commissioners unanimously made a local law change Wednesday night to crack down on aggressive panhandlers begging for food downtown -- and were berated by a handful of people at the meeting for doing it.Full Story
#1 Dec 22, 2011
The solution to the problem is simple. Make being homeless a capital crime and execute all the homeless.
#2 Dec 23, 2011
Or, better yet, execute all the 'slick' sociopaths.
#3 Dec 25, 2011
The Journal has misguided direction in letting the residents know what happens, after they report on stories that don't have enough information. It's of great concern. 30 + people lived inside the old Lloyd Buick dealership with dirty syringes on the ground. No one is really expected to care, what happens, but it comes back as a reflection on Beach Street if people don't learn enough about what is going on. Josh Wagner for example- is protected by his own legal knowlege & connections, in the story of his fathers chiropractic business. A big story, related to illegal use of prescription drugs. The mindset of many people is most likely he is guilty of many things, including the market [even though he aledged backed out] The point still remains it's a reflection on the homeless on Beach Street & the city of Daytona. It wares down the idea that Daytona has a future.
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