Date with Destiny set in Fairfield
Councilwoman Pam Bertani listens as a member of the gallery asks a question during a town hall meeting addressing homelessness at the Fairfield City Council chamber, July 31. (Aaron Rosenblatt/Daily Republic)
FAIRFIELD — Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, baseball at Allan Witt Park and the two restaurants at Paradise Valley and Rancho Solano golf courses cannot rival the controversy that comes with the subject of the town hall Saturday about Destiny Place, a proposed homeless resource center.
Homelessness is the hair-trigger issue for reactions that include rage by the left at the heartlessness of conservatives to exasperation by the right at liberalism's failures.
Tracy Miller, an associate professor of economics who has a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago, said he faced no criticism for stating that little evidence . . . Continue Reading