Volunteers feed homeless one week after city lifts ban

- Groups of volunteers have been gathering to feed the homeless just one week after city commissioners in Daytona Beach lifted a 12 year old ban.

The Dayton Beach News Journal reported that there are already two groups that are taking advantage of their new right to do good.

People need to have a permit in order to hand out food and other items at the parks in Volusia County.

However, local business owners aren’t happy about the new change.

Many of them are worried that the homeless in the city parks will attract unwanted trouble for the.

Plus, other critics said the new decision ruins their plans for a homeless shelter. Those people have been working hard to build a shelter outside of city limits so the homeless could have a place to go.

Now they are afraid that lifting the ban could set back their plans.



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