I & MANY OF SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY RESIDENTS FEEL LIKE WE ARE NOT WELCOME IN THE COMMUNITY, OUR VOICES ARE NOT WELCOME. WE ARE BULLY OR LOOK AT LIKE WE ARE THE WORSE PEOPLE ON EARTH. THERE IS GOSSIP GOING AROUND THAT I HAVE A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY WHICH TRUE, BUT RIGHT ALONG WITH TRYING TO MAKE ME SOUND LIKE I AM DUMB I AM VERY FAR THAT, YES I AM DISABLED. I AM WORKING HARD IN BECOMING SELF-RELIANCE BY USING MY HOBBIES TO EARN A LIVING I SEW, MAKING EARRINGS, NEEDLEPOINT WITH PLASTIC CANVAS AND ETC. MY HOBBIES HELP ME SO I DO NOT NEED TO TAKE HAS MUCH MEDICATION IT IS VERY THERAPEUTIC FOR ME. HERE IS MY SITE NEW THINGS COMING THINGS SOON.
I Welcome the Homeless Shelter to South Salt Lake City. Please Vote for Mark Kindred with True Leadership not only need Help from the State of Utah but the Community Needs to Come Together.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Poverty and transportation: A way forward | Better! Cities & Towns Online

Poverty and transportation: A way forward | Better! Cities & Towns Online

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  1. Mayor Cherie Wood & a Majority of the City Council refuse to address the real Problem of Poverty in the City. The way Ridership Increase on the StreetCar is UTA with the City to Expand Bus Service. The need a Main, West Temple, 2700 South and 300 East Bus Route in order to the Residents. The Bus need to be Frequent & Convenient to Help Encourage to Leave their Vehicles at Home. There is need for a Bus System in the City.

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