What’s next for the city’s homeless people? Maybe Metro City Council will pass an ordinance to buy them one-way bus tickets out of town. Is riding someone out of town on a rail still a thing, because that would fit the city’s strategy for making sure people are not sleeping on the streets and panhandling on corners.
Consider how the city has handled this lately.
Last week, the council public safety committee passed an ordinance that would fine panhandlers on street corners as much as $250 if they approach vehicles to retrieve cash. It could come up for a full council vote Thursday.Read More ›