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Thursday, February 02, 2017

Bill 'Big Bird' de Blasio Worst Mayor Ever For NYC Opened up City to Homeless and They Came in Droves Now Peeing in the Streets, Take Heed Sarasota Fl

 
Bill 'Big Bird' de Blasio Worst Mayor Ever For NYC Opened up City to Homeless and They Came in Droves Now Peeing in the Streets, Take Heed Sarasota Fl. If you build it or lease it or own it, they will come — and keep coming and keep coming, until you have no place to put them all.  That’s the decades-old lesson of New York’s homeless problem, but Mayor Bill de Blasio came into office with a determination to reinvent the wheel. And so he has, with his backward policies creating even more homeless people and forcing the city to spend ever more on failing programs. As he is proving by gutting school discipline and standards and much else, he is the mayor who refuses to learn from the past.

Early in de Blasio’s stint, the rise in public vagrancy was a flashpoint, with many residents and visitors complaining about being harassed and attacked. Asked why they slept in the streets or parks instead of going to shelters, street people usually answered that the shelters were crowded and dangerous. They were right, and so the mayor, after initially denying there was an increase in the street population or that the shelters were a mess, did an about-face and pledged a major fix. Naturally, he made everything worse. It turns out that de Blasio’s “fix” involved renting out thousands of pricey rooms in motels and hotels and turning them into shelters. How pricey? Try an average of $161 per room per night, for a total tab of $50 million this year alone. And, as The Post recently reported, an Upper West Side hotel, The Excelsior on West 81st Street, is charging the city up to $300 a night each for a batch of rooms. The homeless are now using 4,000 rooms in 46 motels each night, up from 1,000 rooms in eight motels in January 2015, according to the Wall Street Journal.
NYC Private Eye Bo Dietl Will Take On Mayor “Big Bird” de Blasio In 2017 Primaries, Bye Bye "Big Bird" de Blasio. And it’s not as if the 600 or so NYC shelters have been improved or eliminated. About 59,300 people used them one weeknight, up more than 6,000 since Mayor "Big Bird"de Blasio took office. The total picture, then, is of a homeless population still expanding far faster than the city can keep up. Yet to hear officials talk, they’re doing everything they can as best they can and besides, it’s not their fault. Nothing ever is. Steven Banks is a big part of the problem. He spent 30 years suing the city to force it to provide shelter on demand. And when de Blasio foolishly gave him the keys to the kingdom, Banks immediately set about removing the few barriers previous mayors had established to discourage people from coming into the shelters in the first place. His “no questions asked” approach recalls the come-and-get-it welfare mentality of the John Lindsay era. That, too, ended in disaster, both for taxpayers and for welfare recipients who lost any reason to support themselves. The government check would always arrive on time, even if it afforded only a subsistence existence.
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PICTURE NAME STATUS ADDRESS ADDRESS SOURCE INFORMATION
0.0 Mile SE Offender Photo CENTENO, LUIS
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Confinement 507 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Source: Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle
Received: 07/19/2016
Type of Address: Permanent
0.0 Mile N Offender Photo HARTSFIELD , DAVID A.
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KUMQUAT CT AND BLVD OF THE ARTS
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Received: 07/06/2016
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0.0 Mile S Offender Photo BROWN, ROY H.
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Released - Subject to Registration 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Received: 08/01/2011
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0.0 Mile S Offender Photo HENRY, MARK
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Released - Subject to Registration 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Received: 07/13/2009
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0.0 Mile S Offender Photo RIZZO, ROBERT J.
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Supervised - FL Dept of Corrections 439 KUMQUAT CT
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Received: 07/06/2016
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0.1 Mile E Offender Photo SCIOLA, FREDERICK R.
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Released - Subject to Registration 440 N ORANGE AVE
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Received: 08/11/2014
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0.2 Mile W Offender Photo HARTSFIELD , DAVID A.
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BLVD OF THE ARTS AND CENTRAL AV
SARASOTA  FL 34234
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Received: 09/20/2016
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0.3 Mile S Offender Photo SHEPARD, KENNETH S.
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MAIN ST AND S LEMON AVE
SARASOTA  FL 34236
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Received: 12/21/2016
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0.3 Mile S Offender Photo BROWN, CHARLES K.
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MAIN ST/LEMON AVE
SARASOTA  FL 34237
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0.3 Mile S Offender Photo LEAHY, JESSE B.
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Received: 10/31/2016
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Within 1600 feet of 439 and 507 Kumquat Court in Downtown Sarasota Fl there are 10 registered sex offenders, most all of them homeless and they are out and about on Main Street Sarasota every day. These men have all been convicted of sex crimes against women or children, the crimes range from strong arm rape to sexual battery on a child under 12. "If you build it or lease it or own it, they will come — and keep coming and keep coming, until you have no place to put them all."  In September 2014 homeless people living on the streets of Sarasota were subject to a one-way bus headed out of town. Sarasota City Commission members voted unanimously Tuesday to back a plan that would provide tickets back home for those living on the city’s streets. The board’s vote put $1,000 in seed money into a “Homeward Bound fund” that will help cover the costs of one-way travel, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported.  

Sarasota County officials in 2015 defended their controversial selection of three sites in north Sarasota for a planned come-as-you-are homeless shelter, saying, essentially, that the city left them no other choice. The county preferred to open a shelter in the city limits, close to existing social services and farther from schools and residential neighborhoods, said Sarasota County Homeless Services Coordinator Wayne Applebee. But Sarasota leaders rejected those locations, he said, forcing the county to seek sites elsewhere. "We've been told we cannot put a homeless shelter anywhere in the city," Applebee said. "If the city said tomorrow that we could do it, we would re-prioritize immediately." The county promised the shelter would be a safe and secure facility, both for the individuals who will reside inside as well as for its neighbors, Applebee said. Measures will include additional deputies patrolling the area, a buffer around the facility and a ban on drugs and alcohol. Homeless individuals pose little more risk than the general population, Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Planning and Research Director Bill Spitler added. What the hell, what world does Mr. Spilter live in? 


‘TOLD YOU SO SARASOTA’ SEX OFFENDERS ARE NEVER CURED DIRTBALL DANIEL ESPOSITO ROBBED AND RAPED 2 WOMEN THIS MORNING HE HAD BEEN LISTED AS HOMELESS IN SOUTH GATE RIDGE FL. February 29th, 2016 Daniel Esposito was located and arrested in the gated community of Turtle Rock on Palmer Ranch Sarasota Fl.…The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office arrested Daniel Esposito after he robbed and SEXUALLY attacked two women Monday morning  2/29/2016, in their Sarasota home. The victim pulled into her garage around 5:45 a.m., when she was approached by 35-year-old Daniel Esposito, an acquaintance of hers. Daniel Esposito held a gun to her head and attempted to sexually assault her. The victim tried to break free and enter the wrong alarm code to notify law enforcement but Esposito caught on and continued to assault her. Once inside the home, Esposito also attacked the victim’s 69-year-old mother. When the woman was able to break free and alert neighbors to call 911, Esposito fled and stole both women’s cell phones. Aviation and K-9 Units assisted Patrol deputies in the search for Esposito. He was discovered hiding nearby several hours later and taken into custody. Detectives charged Esposito with two counts each of False Imprisonment, Armed Robbery and Armed Burglary of a Dwelling. He also faces Attempted Sexual Battery and Aggravated Battery of a Person over 65. Esposito is a registered Sex Offender who was sentenced to prison in 2006 after being convicted of Unlawful Sexual Activity with a Minor.

Jan 2016 Sarasota County changed its stance on a proposed adult homeless shelter after three proposed locations for a shelter were deemed ineligible by commissioners at a Jan. 12 meeting. Wayne Applebee, Sarasota County homelessness services director, said the county was unable to come to terms with owners of three proposed sites in north Sarasota. The use of those sites for a "come as you are" (CAYA) shelter faced considerable pushback from nearby residents.



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