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Sacramento,California
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I've live in Sacramento for  38  years but i never knew this spot until channel 3 did a story. July 2017

along 3rd Street and Broadway

Homeless allowed to sleep in RVs -- but must move in 72 hours

Homeless allowed to sleep in RVs but must move within 72 hours


http://www.kcra.com/article/homeless-allowed-to-sleep-in-rvs-but-must-move-in-72-hours/10311166
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Here is a clickable version of the above article:[/url]
[url=http://www.kcra.com/article/homeless-allowed-to-sleep-in-rvs-but-must-move-in-72-hours/10311166]http://www.kcra.com/article/homeless-allowed-to-sleep-in-rvs-but-must-move-in-72-hours/10311166
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These people are just looking to get tickets, and its there own fault.
They are parked on a main street with lots of traffic and cops that drive by through out the day.
There are many business parks, side streets or industrial areas in Sacramento were they could park and not be bothered.
They are there own worst problem, yet they can`t figure that out.
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The liberty of citizens engaged in lawful activities should not be curtailed because of where a street is located, or by the presence of police.

If the law says 72hrs then they can stay for 72hrs.
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May not continue to be allowed if they keep generating publicity.
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I like how they say homeless....an rv is a home. The title itself conjures negativity.
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(09-22-2017, 06:04 AM)frater secessus Wrote: The liberty of citizens engaged in lawful activities should not be curtailed because of where a street is located, or by the presence of police.

If the law says 72hrs then they can stay for 72hrs.

I don`t think you are getting the point here.
Just because you can park some place legally for a certain amount of time, doesn`t necessarily mean that you should.
An rv is a large vehicle and tends to draw attention to it self because of what it is and sometimes were its parked.

That`s why its sometimes better to park in a more out of the way spot than on a main street.
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(09-22-2017, 10:05 PM)shadow Wrote: I don`t think you are getting the point here.
Just because you can park some place legally for a certain amount of time, doesn`t necessarily mean that you should.
An rv is a large vehicle and tends to draw attention to it self because of what it is and sometimes were its parked.

That`s why its sometimes better to park in a more out of the way spot than on a main street.

Good points on both sides here, however, I too would prefer to be less obvious.
Like the old saying, Out of sight, out of mind.
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(09-22-2017, 10:05 PM)shadow Wrote: I don`t think you are getting the point here.
Just because you can park some place legally for a certain amount of time, doesn`t necessarily mean that you should.
An rv is a large vehicle and tends to draw attention to it self because of what it is and sometimes were its parked.

That`s why its sometimes better to park in a more out of the way spot than on a main street.

I looked up 3rd and Broadway on Google Maps. It IS and out of the way spot, in a light industrial area, tucked by the interchange of I-5 and Business I-80.
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