$3 Billion, 300-Acre MegaCity Envisioned For California's Record Homeless

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Ask any San Franciscan what the state of California has an excess of and the most likely answer will be homeless people (and their excrement, especially with the liberal mecca recording as many as 16,000 “feces complaints” in one week ). Actually, ask just about anyone and the answer will be the same: after all with 130,000 homeless, California is now home to more than a quarter of the nation’s homeless population.

That all may soon change, however, if a new crowdfunding effort succeeds in its effort to solve the US homeless crisis by building a 300-acre city open exclusively for those without a home. Daune Nason, founder of the Folsom-based Citizens Again, released details Thursday of his plans for an estimated $3 billion private city equipped with amenities and services for a 150,000 “high-needs” population, CBS LA reports.

“Qualified citizens” – those who meet as-yet undisclosed criteria – will be allowed to live in the city and are free to leave whenever they wish, says Nason, who adds, “Some might want to stay forever.”

According to a press release, the all-inclusive city which hopes to overtake San Francisco as the mecca of America’s homeless, will offer high-density housing in dormitories consisting of sleeping quarters and communal bathrooms with private showers. Additionally, residents would be provided RFID-enabled wristbands to be tracked constantly gain access to their dorm rooms as well as perform tasks such as job check-in, purchasing items with credits, medicine consumption, and more.

In describing his vision, Nason says that each of the four neighborhoods will have their own cafeteria and kitchen and multiple scheduled eating times to accommodate a 150,000-person population. And since the homeless are probably not best known for their ironclad work ethic, the neighborhoods will also be fitted with tiered seating for residents to watch TV in “a community setting” within their neighborhood.

According to the Citizens Again website, other aspects of the homeless city will include:

  • Hospitals
  • Dental and Vision Services
  • Mental Health
  • Movie Theatres
  • Bowling Alleys
  • Sports Courts
  • Hotels for visiting family
  • Dog parks and kennels
  • Perimeter staff housing
  • Job Training
  • GED certificates
  • Housing & Job Placement

As part of his plans for the homeless mecca, Nason also envisions building underground tunnels by which deliveries can be made and city workers can commute to job sites in order to “minimize disruption of citizen life." And when those living in the city are prepared to leave, they’ll be provided with job and life skills training along with counseling and therapy, Nason said although it was unclear if the tree will also be growing Magic Money Trees that fund all these lofty civic goals.

Or maybe it won’t be, and the whole homeless city “vision” is just a giant online fundraising scam.

Consider this woke, noble mission statement that Nason has proudly penned on his $50,000 gofundme campaign:

A new and unique solution for every chronic homeless adult is coming.

For decades, our government has been building small shelters all across America to house our chronic homeless. But at the current placement rate, it will take about 200 years to house them all.

It’s time to think differently: instead of building 4,000 more shelters, Citizens Again will build 1 city, catering towards America’s entire chronic adult homeless population. It will cost billions less than current efforts; be built in about 11 years; and the homeless will want to live there.

… and yet just a few lines below we read:

Launching a crowdfunding campaign during the holidays is not ideal, but I have no choice. By not taking a salary for the last few years, I have exhausted all financial means to get this project launched, and I am now many months behind on my mortgage payment and all bills, with no cash or credit left . Every donation - and clicking the share button - truly matters for this project, myself, my family, and eventually for the people I’m trying to help

How appropriate that one man’s noble “vision” for a homeless city is nothing more than a giant online pandhandling campaign, one which has so far raised $570 of the $50,000 goal to make Nason’s life more palatable.

Even if the Dems jumped in and squandered 3 or even 30 billion on such ‘projeks’ - they would be filled with those who have no desire to work, those who are unemployable in any real sense, and those who refuse to live anywhere with a scintilla of rules and order.

Unless society forces vagrants to live there as treatment (and what proggie would ever go for that)- such a place would be built, and sit almost empty.

Now here’s an idea- a homeless city that first allows homeless veterans, then, after there are no more homeless vets, other homeless. The vets would be assigned to keep order by whatever means are necessary That would work.

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What an absolute scam.

Raise some money to bring back

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Right? :rofl: :laughing: :rofl:

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Looks like the escape to LA with the pending earthquake. The perfect solution to their problem. Sly little devils.

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More incentives to become homeless. What could go wrong?


Didn’t we used to have placed like this for “high needs” adults? They were called psycho wards and they worked great for this country until leftists got angry about them and complained, then state and local governments all over the country started cutting the psychos loose and that brings us to today.

California doesn’t have a homeless problem. It has a drug and mental health crisis. The on-the-street homeless population are so by choice. There are plenty of resources for getting the homeless into homes and shelters. The problem, and Dr. Drew Pinsky has talked a lot about this (the Dr. Drew on TV), is that California has passed a lot of laws that make it impossible to help these people if they claim not to want help.

Many of the drug users like living on the streets because they have created a community of drug users there. That’s where their access to drugs are and that’s where their friends are. That’s what they live for.

The mental health issue is similar with some differences. There are laws that prevent family members and experts from getting those with mental illnesses help. If these people are put into psychiatric hospital, they can only be held for up to 72 hours IIRC. They can’t be helped in that amount of time, and then the people with the mental illnesses can just walk out.

Why is this a problem? Many people with mental illnesses, especially those who have had strokes, actually have brain damage that clouds their judgement. They literally don’t know they have a problem. So you are putting the decision to get help into the hands of someone that doesn’t know they have a problem. That makes no sense at all.

If we take these two populations of people out of the homeless population, the entire homeless population vanishes. There are lots of places you can hear Dr. Drew talk about this issue, but this article has a lot of good information and includes information about diseases: https://www.contagionlive.com/news/sounding-off-dr-drew-on-how-las-homeless-problem-is-a-public-health-emergency

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Jesus - Mary - & Joseph, where do I sign up ?

No sign up necessary; ya just wander in. Will the homeless be bussed back to major cities daily, so they can continue to shit in the streets? Old habits do die hard.

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I like that idea. It would give the vets a sense of purpose and they would have full latitude to bust skulls of the insane vagrants.

If anyone is owed, it’s our veterans.

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What an idiot. This is why activists should never be recruited as city planners. We already have a mega city that’s larger than 300 acres that provides these services - it’s called San Francisco.


Might be cheaper to just relocate the population of San Francisco & leave the homeless behind.

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Just look for the massive shit stain 300 acres wide !

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The homeless problem is due in large part to an unwillingness to enforce laws requiring basic sanitation and against drug abuse. If the same attitude is part of the new camp it will quickly become uninhabitable. If the laws are enforced in the camp homeless people will not want to live there.

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They’re handing out free needles and methadone. It’s a way to keep them all hooked. It also makes their drug habit more affordable since the taxpayers are subsidizing the methadone during business hours and the drug addicts only need to worry about paying for a way to get their fix after business hours.

This is going to be a disaster of epic proportions making their HS rail project look like a success.

Odds are it’ll never be completed, be 300% over budget and no one will be able to account for where the money went because they won’t be looking in the pockets of democrat donors.

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It’s a big problem if you are a property owner or customer having the stumble through their shit and used needles, step ver the dead and dying bodies to do business or get in and out of your home.

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Unfortunately homeless vet’s are are big part of the population.

Caring for our vets should be the priority. Many have been through very traumatic experiences. By the time I was 18, I had seen the very worst of life. I was one of the fortunate vets who was able to handle it. Many could not.