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orion edmonson outside Berkeley Districts July 20, 2019, 1:23 AM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
the 1% 10% are Squeezing us all with over inflated debt since 1980 regentrification is causing homelessness for great profits.to stop homelessness workerss need to make more money and tax the billionares for homeless we must picket the lives of the profiteers

Name not available inside District 8 July 19, 2019, 11:56 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
We should let people park their RVs and we should not make things hard for them

Name not available inside District 8 July 19, 2019, 11:41 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
Give them a permanent space

Name not shown inside District 1 July 19, 2019, 11:32 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
People in rvs need a safe place to park their vehicles and not be harassed

Name not available inside District 1 July 19, 2019, 11:16 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes

Name not shown inside District 1 July 19, 2019, 11:05 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
I lived in a school bus for 5 years, three on the streets of Berkeley and two in a driveway, before finding a place to live during the first tech revolution in the early '70's, My partner and I were lured by the promise of good jobs as many who are brought here today are. I am now a homeowner with a Section 8 family rental unit. Vehicle dwellers are independent and don't require much help, just to be allowed to live their lives without constant harassment.

Name not available inside District 4 July 19, 2019, 10:58 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
Vote "Yes." The unhoused need a safe place to be.

Name not available inside District 5 July 19, 2019, 10:44 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
No

Thomas Luce inside District 2 July 19, 2019, 10:15 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
I’m impressed that the Council has developed such a thorough and positive proposal for meeting the needs of these folks who are homeless. I’m proud that we’re going to have this solution.

Ellen Brotsky inside District 5 July 19, 2019, 10:12 PM

Should the City Council approve this agenda item?
Yes


Is there anything you would like the Council to consider regarding this item?
As long as we have homeless, we must find ways for them to stay housed. This is one important way we can help those living in RV's to be safe without compromising public safety and the use of sidewalks and other public spaces for all.