A former California-based landfill operator says the homeless population is increasingly being competing for his business.
Dr. John Schmitt, who runs the California Department of Public Health and Environment’s Center for the Study of Homelessness and Poverty, told The Sacramento Bee he started noticing an increase in the number of people living in motels and motels for the homeless in 2008, but it didn’t get much attention until recently.
Dr._Schmitt said he was approached by a homeless man in the middle of the night who was using a toilet outside his home and needed to fill it.
The homeless man was in need of money and a place to sleep and the toilet was a perfect fit.
Dr_Schmitt was so happy to hear that the man needed money that he said he would donate his business if he had the money.
The man was shocked when he found out he had a business on the market, and asked him to pay him $1,500 in cash.
The owner agreed and started selling garbage cans and boxes to the homeless.
He was able to make a profit from the cans and started collecting money to pay for his homeless neighbors.
Schmitt says that since then, he has started receiving calls from people asking him to sell their garbage cans to them for the same price as his business, which he estimates is around $100 a box.
Schimmes business is not illegal, but there is no federal law requiring him to provide trash for free, so it is up to individual counties to decide how they distribute the money if they wish to collect it.
But California has passed legislation that allows cities and counties to set aside funds to help homeless residents pay for their basic needs, such as food, clothing, and shelter.
The state law requires cities to distribute a portion of those funds in lieu of the proceeds from businesses selling trash.
However, the money must be spent on the homeless, not charities or businesses.
Schitt says he has heard from people who say they have to work hard just to afford the trash they sell.
Schimetts company, Golden Harvest, has been helping people get out of their homes and onto the streets by giving them a home to live in.
Golden Harvest also sells trash cans for about $8 a piece.
They’re sold through a program called the Salvation Army.
The company has been working with the Salvation Navy to set up a homeless outreach center for homeless people.
They have a phone number, a website, and a Facebook page where people can call and share information about homeless shelters, food and clothing, or other assistance.
The Salvation Navy has also set up three separate programs in Santa Ana to provide food, shelter and other aid to homeless people in need.
They also distribute free food and supplies to people in shelters.
Schims business is only doing charitable work in San Bernardino County.
The San Bernardino Department of Homeless Services has said it is in the process of revamping the homeless shelter in downtown Santa Ana and is considering setting up a separate shelter for people living on the street.
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