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n LA last year they spent 5 billion on providing shelter for the homeless. This year so far the total is 6 billion. An 18% increase!
Homeless fixes not working in California. And they won’t work here either.

This is how I see it. Oregon, Washington and California are passing similar bills making it easier to have and sell illegal drugs. SB 110 in Oregon has increased crime and drug availability. This bill talked of rehabilitation but in the end it doesn’t provide any money for this. Defund the police ?- This policy deeply curtails police action when drug action has increased. Black Lives Matter? – Now police are afraid to enforce the law on people of color. They could lose their job or be suspended or ????? So crime and murder are greatly increasing in these states that are following the same um.. solutions?
Come to Oregon – If you buy, sell, take , drugs of any kind we will house you and the police will leave you alone – guaranteed.

Building shelters for homeless drug addicts without requiring them to get treatment is insane.

Build it and they will come

I am not against providing low income or just plain free shelter for people…….But this plan that they are planning in this county says that if you are an addict -or ? dealer? don’t worry – we will not require anything from you to have shelter which will be paid for by the taxpayers of Tillamook County
The meeting is tomorrow – This agency is the one that recently tried to pass a tax, a “fee” on to local small businesses in rural Tillamook County and but could not explain why, with a badly worded piece of legislation. It was defeated There is a Tillamook County Economic Development Meeting on Wednesday, on homelessness – February 22nd 2023 at 12:30pm. The meeting will take place at 4506 3rd street, Room #107, Tillamook, OR 97141.

This meeting is open to the public.

You can also join the meeting via Zoom by clicking on this link:

meeting ID: 852 1602 0803