HASSON RASHID SPEAKS AT CAMBRIDGE,MA CITY COUNCIL MEETING DURING PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON HOMELESSNESS(11/19/18)!

HASSON RASHID SPEAKS AT CAMBRIDGE,MA CITY COUNCIL MEETING DURING PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD ON HOMELESSNESS(11/19/18)!

HOMELESS HOUSING MALICIOUSLY BEING PASSED UP FOR NEBULOUS VESTED INTERESTS!

  • Posted on: 20 November 2018
  • By: HRASHID

VOTE DECEMBER 1-7 IN THE PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING PROJECT ELECTIONS FOR " HOMELESS LAUNDRY TRUCK (https://www.cctvcambridge.org/node/599426)!"

My City Council Public Comment on 11/19/18 is as follows:

Peace Be Unto You,

Hello Everybody, I’m Hasson Rashid, I reside at 820 Massachusetts Avenue, my public comment is on CALENDAR CHARTER RIGHT#1, and any other agenda items that relates directly and indirectly to homelessness ( http://cambridgema.iqm2.com/Citizens/SplitView.aspx?Mode=Video&MeetingID...).

The Sullivan Court House and City Garage fiasco are good examples of how the homeless are continuously being blocked and locked out of their American citizen rights to be included, etc. On or about September 28, 2015 a housing forum was held at the Cambridge Citywide Senior Center. All of the panel experts agreed that using city and government property was the key in solving our region’s housing problems, including those of homeless housing. Even in the Homeless Summit Charrette Recommendations of the same year, you’ll find a similar set of recommendations.

In the last City’s Comprehensible Needs Assessment to comply with the city’s Annual and 5 Year Consolidated Plan requirements, nothing was mention about homeless rights to, and of being included in the Sullivan Court House sale and City Garage RFP discussions and debates, etc. Title V and 5 Year Consolidated Planning federal mandates supports the rights of homelessness service providers such as the Cambridge Continuum of Care (CoC), and others to acquire surplus property at no or very little cost .

Failing to address the critically urgent needs of our local homeless Americans, the city and state should be busy ensuring that its surplus properties are put to better and more, productive uses to improve the lives of homeless individuals and families. What greater public benefit can be obtained from the use of city property pursuant to Chapter 2.110 of the City of Cambridge’s Municipal Code, than to help close the homeless and poverty housing gap in our region. In this regards I doubt whether the developer(s) will lead to the greatest public benefit that can be obtain from the said city properties, because the homeless sector and mosaic from day one has been excluded from every planning equations related to the these white elephant fiasco land use properties, etc.

Finally, I add that there is no local or state law or agreements in existence that excludes the homeless sector or mosaic from citizen participation in these matters. I say homelessness
is maliciously being passed up for other nebulous vested interest. Thank you.

Yours In Peace,
Hasson Rashid
November, 19, 2018

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