By Taxpayers Association of Oregon
We saw this photo of the no camping sign at a Eugene mass homeless camp. The campaign was so destructive that it destroyed the grass and had to be re-seeded at great expense to taxpayers who are now being asked to pay higher taxes this May to fund damage caused to parks by homeless camps.
By the way, that tent and bike look new and not cheap.
This month, homeless in Portland bore a hole through a concrete wall and set up an underground village.
Here is a photo review of some other homeless problems in Oregon of recent.
Finally, don’t forget how the politicians let hard drugs be legalized quickly but delayed implementing the funding portion for rehab (over $200 million) for nearly two years.
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