Sacramento’s mayor will co-chair the task force due to his success with affordable housing on flood control levees. Other members will be appointed as homelessness expands to their communities.
Just days after reports that homeless residents are digging multi-story homes in flood control levees, a city task force has acted swiftly to shore up those vital affordable housing projects.
The recycling program — named “Doo The Right Thang” — assumes that it doesn’t matter if dogs or humans are responsible for the city’s toxic waste.
Inspiring seminars will teach you to create your own homeless camp and what to wear when sleeping off your heroin high at the BART station during rush hour.
An adoring crowd outside the Capitol praised Newsom’s plans by chanting “from the river to the sea, affordable housing will be free” and “end state executions now.”
“It would be cruel and unusual to force the homeless to endure the degrading decontamination procedure,” said a female staff member. “So we’re doing that for them. After all, what are public servants for?”
“Republicans are determined to paint Democrats as out-of control, out-of-their minds socialists,” the mayor said. “But who in their right mind says that Socialism can’t work in America?”