Mike Rhodes is inviting protesters to the city’s anti-camping ordinance for the homeless to take a tent and set up at City Hall Friday night. Letter writer Rebecca Boston says he should visit an encampment before protesting.
Mike Rhodes is inviting protesters to the city’s anti-camping ordinance for the homeless to take a tent and set up at City Hall Friday night. Letter writer Rebecca Boston says he should visit an encampment before protesting. Google Images
Mike Rhodes is inviting protesters to the city’s anti-camping ordinance for the homeless to take a tent and set up at City Hall Friday night. Letter writer Rebecca Boston says he should visit an encampment before protesting. Google Images

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