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14 PEOPLE NOT HOUSED

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These are the official numbers from the City of Akron’s project to house all our homeless people at our tent village: 23 Housed 8 Self-Resolved – these people disappeared. 14 Not Housed This is those numbers visually: These are not inconsequential numbers. 31% of our people are currently not housed. Another 18% have just disappeared. […]

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Our Thanksgiving Day Stand

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Sometimes I think we forget the country in which we live. A group of Americans once wrote: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That is the […]

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CoC: I am not your enemy.

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Our marketing agency was at its peak around 2008. We had about 25 employees. We’d do the things all flush with cash tech companies would do. We took limos to other states to go gambling. Every new employee would be asked what their favorite drink was and we would supply it free of charge. We […]

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ABJ: Letters to the Editor, Nov. 7: More to life than jobs, taxes and money; Horrigan’s reaction to homeless charity is disturbing

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Posted Nov 6, 2018 at 7:30 PM    Letters to the Editor, Nov. 7: More to life than jobs, taxes and money; Horrigan’s reaction to homeless charity is disturbing – News – Akron Beacon Journal – Akron, OH Mayor not listening Regarding Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan’s Oct. 30 commentary, ″While Sage Lewis postures,″ Horrigan needs to be addressed because attempting […]

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ABJ: Mayor’s divisive tone

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Posted Nov 9, 2018 at 8:55 PM From here: Letters to the Editor, Nov. 10: Horrigan should try productive talks with charity; expectations set in Woodridge    Joe Mead (@JosephWMead) | Twitter Mayor’s divisive tone Like many people, I was taken aback at the divisive tone that Mayor Dan Horrigan adopted in his Oct. 30 commentary ″While Sage Lewis postures.″ In […]

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Understanding Meth Users

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I have a couple ideas I want to share with you about the drug community. One I have in mind is understanding drug dealers. But today I want to talk about meth. In Northeast Ohio meth is, BY FAR, the biggest drug in your neighborhood. When the news reports on meth use they like to […]