[Ed. – All too typical. In spite of huge and growing budgets for “dealing with homelessness,” cities seek to bill anyone with a bank account for the cost of cleaning up public spaces.]
Every morning, Malek Samadian says he finds trash on his property.
He says it’s coming from a city-owned property next to his where he says people who are homeless have camped out for more than a year.
A few weeks ago the city cleared it out, but Samadaian says they left the trash behind.
“We have been asking city for help, and they are not helping us,” Samadaian told WFAA.
Samadian says he has crews that clean up every morning. Still, he says, the city is giving him a hard time and writing him warnings and citations.