Butte seeks homeless grants

Butte seeks homeless grants

There are 12 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Jan 21, 2011, titled Butte seeks homeless grants. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

Groups that help the homeless in Butte County are seeking two federal grants, in the range of $50,000 each.

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Doris

United States

#1 Jan 22, 2011
Why are we providing housing for severly mentally ill? Don't they belong in an institution? Mexico would love to provide for them as long as we would pay a reasonable amount.
Thomas Payne

Chico, CA

#2 Jan 23, 2011
STOP PROVIDING AN OUT FOR THESE PEOPLE! Before all you bleeding hearts chime in on me, I understand these are tough times and a lot of DECENT, HARDWORKING FAMILIES are struggling. However, the majority of people out there who thrive on these entitilements are DIRTBAGS. The influx of panhandlers and dirtbags to CHICO is the worst I have ever seen. They all go out and panhandle or abuse their drug of choice, then wander over to the Jesus Center or Torres Shelter for a warm bed and warm food every night. Then wake up and start the viscous cycle all over again. Hopefully Butte County will not get this grant and all the filth will wander to the next county giving out hand outs!
Nooooo

Portola, CA

#4 Jan 23, 2011
If you feed them, they will come
Shawn Lewis

Portola, CA

#5 Mar 25, 2014
@Thomas Payne, I just read you comment from 2 years ago. I hope you experience poverty to the deepest extent possible. Life is just an experience, and I hope you get to experience it ALL.
Rick

Paradise, CA

#6 Apr 20, 2014
You need a permit to feed the homeless in Philadelphia. Also, Atlanta, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, Miami, Oklahoma City and more than 50 other cities have adopted anti-camping or anti-food-sharing laws, according to the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, USA Today reports. Is it any wonder why they're showing up in Butte County ?
Rick

Paradise, CA

#7 Apr 20, 2014
Shawn Lewis wrote:
@Thomas Payne, I just read you comment from 2 years ago. I hope you experience poverty to the deepest extent possible. Life is just an experience, and I hope you get to experience it ALL.
Let's give them all a one way ticket to Chester, let them settle in for a few months. Then, having had to share your town with them, please reinstate your position.
Worf

Chico, CA

#8 Apr 24, 2014
Albany will pay 28 homeless people $3,000 each to leave. Homeless people will be paid to leave, Is Albany seeking Homeless Grants ?
http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Albany-...
Krankenstein

Glenn, CA

#9 Apr 24, 2014
I think Chico is collecting the fees and giving the money to city staff as bonuses for their stellar work in running the town into the ground. The bums are getting to run wild in this town instead of the bay area where they belong in the first place.
Grapevine

Paradise, CA

#10 May 10, 2014
Nooooo wrote:
If you feed them, they will come
There was proof on the po­lice scanner Thursday, with two disturbing calls in the space of a half- hour just after 4 p. m.

First, police responded to a report of a man waving a ha­chet near the 7- Eleven store. He was described as a tran­sient on the scanner. Then there was a call about a home­less woman standing on a cor­ner wearing nothing but a bra and panties.
Sam

Paradise, CA

#11 May 14, 2014
When it comes to real estate, it’s said the three most important selling points are location, location, and location. But when it comes to downtown Chico commercial real estate, the location might actually be a selling deterrent.
Which is a shame,” said Mike Donnelly, a Coldwell Banker Commercial associate broker.“Because that’s your core; that’s the gem of your city.”

Donnelly represents several properties in downtown Chico including one near the corner of 4th St. and Broadway. It took a couple of years to sell that property and once it did it has sat vacant ever since. And all around the downtown core it's a familiar sight: vacant properties just waiting to be rented.
Richard Face

Chico, CA

#12 May 14, 2014
Chico is becoming an Obamaville. A haven for bums and drug addicted street urchins that bring crime and unsightliness to our community. Your city council has done this to you, Chico. They love these flea infested bums more then the business people that make the community special, more then the citizens that entrusted the city to their care.

There is a solution. RECALL the bums on the city council who have forsaken their responsibility to the town of Chico!!!

RECALL, RECALL, RECALL!!!!!!!!
Hillary 2008

Elk Grove, CA

#13 May 14, 2014
Why didn't that smelly, skanky, garbage pile, mooch-el ever held up a sign that was about bettering any people in this country? It's never held up on positive note like #bringbackjobs or #iloveamerica..........

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