Joined Dec 2008 "Crooked"
Tolerant San Francisco fed up with dirty, smelly streets
May 1, 2018 at 11:03 AM
Quote :The city's logged more than 24,300 requests last year for human waste cleanup and 9,500 for needle pick-up. This year, there already have been more than 8,300 requests to pick up waste and 3,700 for needles.
I've never once see human waste on the streets of the city I live in. Nor in any of my travels to numerous other cities across the US. Yet this one city has had 24,300 instances of it, in one year?? Same goes for needles in the streets.
Quote :In the last few weeks, Mayor Mark Farrell has promised $750,000 to hire more people just to pick up discarded needles and $13 million over the next two years for more heavy duty steam cleaners and pit stop toilets. He also had workers dismantle sprawling homeless tent camps in the city's Mission District.
Sounds like a hell hole. They interviewed people that are embarrassed to bring family into town and some packing up an moving out of CA. San Francisco is far from the only city in CA with this issue. Why the hell do these people keep voting the Democrat knuckleheads into office that perpetuate these conditions of squalor for their citizens? The accounts in this article are the makings of a city in third world country, not a city in the greatest country in the world.
California is on a collision course with disaster if they keep up their reckless liberal agenda. At some point the citizens will rise up and revolt against the insanity.
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