Is public safety better or worse 2019 in Santa Cruz County?
What’s the fall out from years and years of Democrat Party policies on Santa Cruz and Watsonville, CA?
Some current 2019 impressions:
- Kids kill other kids in Watsonville, CA. Take a look at crime statistics. Because Watsonville gang members routinely target younger kids, parents keep children inside their homes. Kids are not allowed to ‘hang out’ in their front yards in Watsonville, CA. So parents tell me.
- North County Santa Cruz CA frequently ignores South County Watsonville CA issues. Watsonville and Santa Cruz are two different worlds joined by Highway 1.
- Over 600 kids require sheltering on any given day throughout Santa Cruz County. So says an employee of the Salvation Army shelter in Watsonville.
- Psychotic adults hang out and talk in loud voices to themselves at the McDonalds Restaurant on Ocean Street in Santa Cruz. The Watsonvile McDonalds are much more family centered and much cleaner.
- Two ‘more than typical’ Progressives city officials face probable recall by 8000+ Santa Cruz City voters. The recall effort states that these two public officials ignored numerous public safety issues (needles, human feces and violence) posed by the Ross St encampment. And other issues. Click the recall effort link for more information.
- Mothers & the general public routinely watch for needles and drug related debris on l Santa Cruz County beaches.
- ‘Free’ Santa Cruz beaches are far dirtier than the CA County managed beaches which you pay to enter.
- Idle adults hang out in droves near the Santa Cruz COSCO, close to the Ribele Family Shelter Building located at Highway 1 and River St. It does not ‘feel safe’ to drive near by.
- Oh, my …… Oh my ….
- There’s more control by city government of ‘the little things’ — such as can a business have a sign or an awning? — than the ‘big picture’ i.e, how can we work with the community to reduce violent crime and improve public safety?
- Opps!!! Perhaps it’s time for a change from the Democrats and their policies?
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