Hey Marc, don't be an ass. We probably just refused to give you a free ride. And the law exists already-maybe they should just ENFORCE it.
City Council would do better to read the current ordinance regarding the horse-drawn carriages. They might then realize that they are wasting their time and our money by trying to make a law that already exists. Enforce what you've already got on the books, people! The carriage drivers try to clean up the best they can, using disinfectant and water. One of the company owners pressure washes the streets weekly where the horses do their business. Do you homework, you drug addled money grubbing idiots!
Oh, City Council...here's a suggestion: instead of wasting your oh so important time with this stupid crap, how about voting on a pay cut for your fat asses, and giving deserved pay back to our police force who are regularly in the face of danger and idiocy? Or did you vote to cut their pay because you were all tired of being in the back of their cars?
Food Not Bombs DOES NOT clean up the park after feedings, and the panhandlers are much more aggressive after said feedings. Feed them somewhere else. It's not like they're working and don't have time to walk to another park that is not in the very center of Downtown's tourist district.
By Chris Shaw & Chris McCoy
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