HUFF, now on a twice-monthly schedule, will not be meeting Wednesday 1-3, but returning on 1-10 at the usual time and place.
If you’re interested in a summary of last Wednesday‘s mini-meet, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll brief you.
In the meantime, check out the dialogue between Chief Mills and several critics at https://www.indybay.org/
newsitems/2017/12/30/18805570. php (“Demands of the New Police Chief and His Initial Response“) as well as “SCPD to Cosponsor MLK Event – Questions for Chief Mills” at https://www.indybay.org/ newsitems/2017/12/21/18805406. php .
Santa Cruz Fulltimes on Facebook passes on a number of stories, some from the Sentinel, some further afield, touching homelessness and those attacking the homeless:
com/social-affairs/20171228/ dont-help-the-homeless- critics-say-it-hurts-them
om/opinion/20171228/letter-hom eless-people-are-just-like-you -and-everyone-else
news/2018/jan/01/program- allows-people-to-park- overnight-at-five-clark- county-churches/
com/social-affairs/20171227/ newsmakers-2017-santa-cruzs- homelessness-problem-comes-to- a-head-in-benchlands
news/kanawha_county/report- after-lawsuit-charleston-s- homeless-camp-procedures-are- beneficial/article_87340be4- 3ee6-5836-853b-a8771f2f8a15. html
Also new Public Records covering police and ranger busts in the last half year are available to review and HUFF needs volunteers to review them. Give us a call at 831-423-4833.
To check out recent developments go to the facebook pages of Santa Cruz Food Not Bombs and Homeless Outside in Santa Cruz. To catch the bile of anti-homeless trolls, go to http://www.santamierda.com/ .