Forum begins discussion of homeless issues

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Loren Rex, local State Parks superintendent, holds up the Fort Bragg A'Handouts arenA*t helpingA' poster available to local businesses to hang in their window.

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The Pope of Little River

San Francisco, CA

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Feb 7, 2013
 
Never used t be that way. Did you panhandle in Mendocino? Nope, neither did I. Hell in a handbasket.
Berdie03

Maumee, OH

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Feb 23, 2013
 
Living in the woods, on the street and in cars, whatever should not be allowed. It used to be against the law. Stop supporting the homeless with food and shelters. Most are not local and come thru word of mouth about the good food, etc. Most are mental and on drugs.

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