Businesses, residents probe for solutions to homelessness in Seaside – June 7, 2021
Sandy Palmer, who owns Five Star Henna in Seaside, described her experience with the homeless as “men under my windows, in my doorways, with grocery carts, smoking, eating, defecating, urinating on my door and doing anything and everything for someone else to come and pick up their garbage.”
Unless homeless are compelled to move along, Palmer said, side streets in the city are going to look like Portland. “And people are going to be more leery about coming into our town for tourism,” she said. “My solution would be to constantly move them along.”
Read the article in the Seaside Signal here.