Did you know that California is known to be a state that holds one of the highest rankings for homeless population? Well, I have recently researched and a lot of the rankings for states containing the most destitute people, and I had the impression that California would be at least with one of the top 5 states. And my judgment with this topic was proven correct with most of the sources I have used to congregate data from. As a result, of California possessing a pretty excessive populace of citizens not inhabiting a proper shelter, there was a big dispute in San Francisco, California regarding officials mandating the needy to commute to another location due to the constructing of city buildings and the expansion of the so called “Super Bowl
Rosa Soto Roman (HR Consultant II) spoke with Karina Cure (Mess Steward). Karina stated she has been working at the Matanuska for four years. Apparently, the Coast Guard decided to keep only a few chairs since the chairs were on the way of an emergency sign or something like that. Karina then spoke to Capt.
EREPORT # 18637 stated the following: The incident happened on 01/11/2016. Catrina Smith was the primary caretaker when the alleged victim, Lauren Smith, burned her hand on an iron. The mother was in the tub at the time while the child was in the home with her. Ms. Smith did not take the child to receive medical care for the burn on her hand. Once the father and paternal grandmother found out about the injury the child received, there was a confrontation once the mother attempted to retrieve the child from the father.
Mary L Walsh is a 84 y.o. female who presented on 5/6/2017 with chief complaint of back pain and leg pain after a fall. Mary was tearful and reported feeling sad. Mary reported she was in significant pain and requested I asked her nurse for more pain medication. Mary reported she fell at home on Saturday but did not tell anyone until her son David came to the home later that day. Mary reported "I am just getting old and having lots of problems".
FACTS: Jenny Stracner an employee of the Laguna Beach Police Department was told by several people that there several vehicles were seen in front of Greenwoods resident and the vehicles were only there for a couple of minutes. Stracner investigated these claims by staking out the residence and witnessing the vehicles at the residence for herself. After staking out the residence, she asked the garbage man to isolate garbage picked up and Greenwoods residence and hand them over to her. While looking through Greenwoods trash, Stracner located evidence that led her to believe Greenwood was involved with drugs. Stracner then received a search warrant and found large amounts of cocaine and other substance in the residence.
Katherine Collier, 54, of Mt. Pleasant was arrested Sunday, March the 13, for driving under the influence. According to the Maury County Sherriff's Department report, Collier had been swerving in and out of her lane. After being asked to step out of her vehicle she told the officer that she was the City Manager and asked if he was trying to frame her, to which he responded by saying that he did not know who she was outside of that interaction. Collier then said "That's the deal, that's what's going on, but okay."
During the history of New York, there is the history of Tammany Hall founded in 1789 in opposition to the Federalist Party, and the main goal of this organization was to fight against the Federalist Party as Antifederalists. The Federalist Party’s main goal was to ratify the constitution and divide the power between the national government and the state government, so, the Tammany Hall was created to fight against the goal of the Federalist Party. Also, from 1890s to 1934, Tammany Hall became famous due charges of corruption against the leader William M. Boss Tweed, better known as “Boss”. Although this organization was guilty of some corruption cases, it succeeded because it helped poor people and because it never lost touch with its people;
DESCRIPTION OF THE FAMILY Rebecca was born in Halifax, NS. Her father’s family was from PEI, so she spent almost every summer on PEI as a child. Rebecca reports her parent’s relationship as poor. She said her father was an alcoholic and would tell her nasty things about her mother.
On May 1, 2008, 60-year-old Eva Kay Wenal, a former model and Playboy cocktail waitress, had lunch with her millionaire husband of 20 years, Hal Wenal. When Hal returned home later that evening, he found his wife dead. Eva had been beaten and her throat had been slit. Hal was quickly dismissed as a suspect and the case grew cold after a few months, despite a number of odd clues. One clue was a letter made out of font that was cut out from magazines and sent to the newspaper, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and read:
Mrs. Lightfoot Mrs. Lightfoot, 85 years old, has the following symptoms: Agitation when approached at her husband’s grave, with delusions of needing to save him. She has an issue with frequent incontinence. Mrs. Lightfoot has been recently hospitalized twice recently due to poor self-care and dehydration. She has had a rapid deterioration in cognitive function, and as a result, has impaired communication and limited ability to answer questions appropriately.
In The Just City, Susan Fainstein begins to “to develop an urban theory of justice and to use it to evaluate existing and potential institutions and programs” in New York, London, and Amsterdam (p. 5). She wants to make “justice the first evaluative criterion used in policy making” (p. 6). While her book centers on idealism as a way to combat inequity and issues of justice in policy and planning, some may say that this is an unrealistic perspective. Throughout this book she explains the relationship between “democratic processes and just outcomes” (p. 24) which involve equity, diversity and democracy which are the main concepts of this book. Fainstein stresses that these things are important in public policy and urban planning because policy