By Hannah Dickson and Lilith Feltus
Where it began...
Our bill will help the homeless begin a journey back to their old ways. To help them begin their path to getting a job, or a home.
Homeless Provisonal Bill
Objective: Create a space for a permanent homeless village where people that are homeless would get a hand up (not a hand-out). These villages would provide homes, work (maintenance city clean-up, lawn care), resources to help the homeless become a productive member of society.
Funding: A one cent tax on hotel and restaurant, fundraising and federal grants.
Oversight: A cohesive board of directors make up of city leaders, religious leaders, and non-profit organizations: with independent accounting oversight.
A place for homeless to go if their is no where else to go.
House within the park for the homeless to live in.
Homeless can help in the garden within the park, they will be payed for their work and for their city clean-up and their lawn care.