If you want to argue that none of the hundreds of millions of dollars this city has spent to date has accomplished anything at all, or that none of the people working in the field are worth a damn, or that it's all a big con to benefit the businesspeople, then you can fuck right off.
@7, no, the big ones, that serve large numbers of people, like Solid Ground, Hopelink, Catholic Community Charities, DESC (oh no!)... The ones you mention are for the most part advocacy groups, which is quite a different thing.
"I am concerned the way the law is written is different than the way you characterized it," said Flo Beaumon, associate director of Catholic Community Services, at a hearing before the council. She said it's so broadly worded that it could "get rid of anybody you think is aggressive."
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