Listen: Senate And Greg Casare discussed on Brian Kilmeade
"Want to deal with that, despite the pleas from private sector to keep the camping and panhandling. Ordinances the Senate lie or niche in place. It bans the homeless folks from sitting in lying in front of businesses panhandling. Things like that. Well, the city council consider repealing all of those next week, counts member. Greg casare says homeless ordinances are discriminatory, so yeah discriminatory, actually, they are they are discriminatory. They are way that needs to be. It's okay to discriminate against somebody that's driving business away from your exactly. It's discrimination, where discrimination these to happen. And this is a real real thing. I mean, this is something that is curb ING people from going downtown to, to, to trade with these businesses downtown restaurants downtown things that they just I mean, it's bad enough where our parking SoHo you already paying for it in the form of citations police officers arresting and transporting to jails and. Spills, you're already paying for this, which it's already taken money out of the general fund. None of that makes any difference in the situation either. So it's real. And it is affecting business. No doubt about it. So is it rude? Is it discrimination? Okay. So be it, but it's got to be done. Well, this these ordinances repealing these ordinances will not fix anything. It doesn't get people off the streets. It doesn't help spur business growth or anything like that. It doesn't make our communities safer for Eighty-one involved, including those that are homeless."