Cambridge, MA 6/12/17, City Hall Public Comment on Homelessness,its Excluded Future at the Foundry Building and Other Municipal Own Properties and Facilities?

Cambridge, MA 6/12/17, City Hall Public Comment on Homelessness,its Excluded Future at the Foundry Building and Other Municipal Own Properties and Facilities?

City of Cambridge in Violation of its Own Local,State,and Federal Mandated Laws,Acts,and Public Ordinances on Homelessness!

  • Posted on: 12 June 2017
  • By: HRASHID

Peace and Sanity Be Unto You,
Hello everybody, I’m Hasson Rashid, I reside at 820 Massachusetts Avenue. My Public Comment today concerns CMA I#2, and Charter Rights I#3.

Today I’m continuously concern about the city’s intention for the current future of public private partnerships, on delivering the Foundry Building (FB) as operational, at the expenses of excluding the homeless from this mix or mosaic of community entities. When it comes to community and public, use for the FB, the city is aware of the fact that there is an inadequate supply of decent housing for the homeless in the Cambridge region, and it is an issue on the highest level of priorities to be address. Equal access to housing legally mandated right for the homeless, are not to be circumvented or excluded, like in the case of the homeless having rights to sit at the table in discussion of a possible future at the FB, etc.

By moving the FB developments off in a different direction, the city has become involved in undertaking actions that purposefully or inadvertently limit housing opportunities at the FB in unfair ways. The city is helping to perpetuate homelessness by continuing to take its present route concerning the FB. Primary municipal responsibilities in all matters should be to its less fortunate ones, such as the homeless, and those at the lowest end or bottom rail of the continuum or trajectory of poverty. The city isn’t nowhere to be found on official public records, adding homeless housing as an option for the FB. This is discriminatory, and a violation of several other civil rights laws, that include the Fair Housing ACT and its amendments, etc.

The $25 million dollar that you propose to earmark for the FB will be something like pork barrel spending, or a prescription for disaster, the new budget is filled with it, all because nothing definite or very little on poverty housing, or addressing and ending homelessness. The city has primary and special responsibilities to the homeless sector and mosaic, but it is consciously and mistakenly, undertaking regular activities in routine ways, instead of promoting housing that’s usable by all persons, and also that applies to Vail Court too, and the other municipal own properties that can be used to address and end homelessness.
http://cambridgema.iqm2.com/Citizens/SplitView.aspx?Mode=Video&MeetingID...

Yours In Peace and Sanity
Mr. Hasson J. Rashid
Cambridge, MA
02139

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