LA SPENDING TAX DOLLARS TO PAY HOMEOWNERS TO HOUSE HOMELESS: PRES TRUMP CREATES JOBS

Posted on August 16, 2017

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LA Daily News: “A pilot program that pays some Los Angeles County homeowners to build a second dwelling on their property to house homeless people was approved with a 4-0 vote Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.
Homeowners in unincorporated communities who qualify can receive up to $75,000 to build a second dwelling in areas zoned for such structures, while others may get $50,000 to update and legalize an existing dwelling.”

“The program was introduced last year as part of Los Angeles County’s set of 47 strategies to solve homelessness. The office of Regional Planning will work with several departments countywide with an allocated $550,000 in part to be used to offer subsidies.
Unlike a guest house, second dwellings include kitchens.”

Too many people are sleeping in the streets, 23% more than last year. The solution is to pay homeowners to house the unemployed while increased taxes help create funding for new construction of homeless housing units. Tax dollars are being used to pay the homeowners right now. Obviously the problem is people are not working.

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D), last May realized he needed more money to fight Pres Trump’s executive orders: “He also filed an amicus brief in a case that resulted in a preliminary nationwide injunction against the Trump administration order to withhold federal funding from so-called sanctuary cities and states that refuse to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

California wants the illegals, in this case Becerra was not going to use the funding for jobs, he wanted to continue the $25,000 monthly for his high speed rail.

This year we reported 3 out of 4 black male students in California failed to meet reading and writing standards. Employees in the state can be communists. Illegals are no longer required to post bail. Police arrests dropped 25% in major cities between 2013 and 2015. …


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LA Daily News: LA County leaders greenlight effort to pay homeowners to house the homeless
CALIFORNIA PLEADS WITH PRES TRUMP FOR MORE FUNDING

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