FL: 40 people have no place to go after homeless camp vacated

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — After it was discovered a handful of sex offenders were among about 40 people living in tents on a piece of property in Kissimmee, the property owner told them they had to leave.

Most of the homeless people evicted from the property along Old Vineland Road have no place to go, and the city of Kissimmee and Osceola County have no help to offer. Full Article

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This disturbs me because I lived there in 2012, and that county wasn’t too bad compared to other Florida places.
Orange County is Harsh!

I think this is just a truly wonderful article. Florida has enacted some of the most hateful and disturbing laws affecting registered citizens. I’m read some of the laws and almost passed out. As such, many of the laws almost make it impossible for individuals who function, live in a home or even work. Its truly disturbing. Yet, it just never seems to be enough. Now, we have homeless individuals living along a river bank and they are harassing them? I’m speechless. Lets be honest. When people are down and out, they typically act out. As I have mentioned before, if society continues to do this and push the individuals farther and farther in the corner, someone is going to break.