Will Stakeholder's Publics at Large Settle for a Proposal to Rent Non-Congregate Housing for the City’s Unhoused Population?

Will Stakeholder's Publics at Large Settle for a Proposal to Rent Non-Congregate Housing for the City’s Unhoused Population?

Municipal Policy Makers are Shown to be the Enemies of the Local Homeless Sector and Mosaic.

  • Posted on: 13 February 2021
  • By: HRASHID

Peace Be Unto You,

The City Municipal Policy Makers can't be trusted with handeling the affairs of the local Homeless sector and mosaic. For over 10 years I have attempted to get them to come to the aid of the homeless segment of our community by advising them to prepare the Foundry Building,Sullivan Courthouse House, And Volpe Properties for Homeless poverty housing, but to no avail. All my efforts were sent straight up to the trash. They rejected the opportunity to installed homeless housing in vacant and abandon government properties. When it comes to building permanent housing from the ground up, this the municipal policy makers are shown to be the enemies of the local homeless sector and mosaic. Not only the present City municipal policy makers but previous ones also.

Now they want the stakeholders publics at large to settle for a proposal to rent non-congregate housing for the city’s unhoused population. This is only another fanatical piecemeal solution to a social problem that is in need of much much more to solve it. Take it from me the municiple policy makers are in violation of the public trust now and for sometime in the past, when it comes to solutions for ending and erradicating homelessness. They mis-allocate the resources to do so all the time, that means often.

Yours In Peace
Mr. Hasson Rashid
Concerned Citizen
Cambridge,MA