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Poverty Reduction

I want to live in a community that aggressively reduces poverty by empowering people to become economically self-sufficient.

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  1. Plant fruit trees and gardens on public housing properties

    Planting fruit trees, grape vines, and vegetable gardens on public housing properties, will help feed families living there and encourage children living there to eat and snack healthy .

    Jun 24, 2013 by Ellsworth (5 points)

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  2. Hardship Program

    I believe that the city of Savannah should offer an financial hardship program for residents twice a year. There are times when people fall on hard times and can't afford to pay a bill. They may have...

    Sep 19, 2015 by Concerned Resident (5 points)

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  3. Repurpose the empty school building on Waters Ave. to house facilities/programs serving needs of homeless population. City can partner with local shelters

    The building is large enough to create SRO housing in one side, and house day programs in the other. Can provide, with cooperation of various shelters and the programs under the umbrella of Homeless...

    Jan 7, 2016 by Pat Murray (5 points)

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