Should the city designate areas for homeless campsites on city property?
Asked at Massachusetts Street on February 11, 2009
“Yes they should because it is better for them to have their own place rather than walking around in the street.”
— Ali Nass, store owner, Morocco
“Yes they should ... as long as there is some kind of control.”
— Joseph Yoder, mechanical engineer, Lawrence
“I don’t believe they should ... it would attract more and more homeless people.”
— Courtney Newell, journalism student, Kansas City, Kan.
“I don’t think so ... it wouldn’t encourage them to actually seek out somewhere healthy to live.”
— Mary Nulton, student, Kansas City, Mo.