Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Eureka To Introduce New Anti-Homeless Laws

By Charles Douglas
Humboldt Sentinel

It’s not every day when Eureka looks to follow the example of Arcata.
Photo from The Humboldt Sentinel
Turning decades of municipal rivalry on its head, Eureka is looking up to its smaller municipal brethren across Humboldt Bay — at least when it comes to firing off a fresh round of anti-homeless laws.
Fresh on the heels of a 4-1 Council approval of stiffening the ban on sleeping in public by boosting the legal definition of this famous crime from an infraction to a misdemeanor, City Attorney Cyndy Day-Wilson has cooked up two separate sets of amendments to city code on the eve of next month’s general election — one in which the sole dissenting Councilmember, Linda Atkins, faces stiff opposition for her Ward Two seat.
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