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Parking Lot Pad Cleaned Up

Monday 9 April 2018

 

From Canadian newspaper Castanet.net:

 

Jodi Laird
Jodi Laird paid for a storage locker for a homeless
Penticton resident to store his belongings.
[Photo: Colton Davies]
 

Parking lot pad cleaned up

By Colton Davies
April 8, 2018
© 2018 Castanet.net

Almost immediately after news broke of a Penticton man being stuck on the street with all his belongings, community members lent a helping hand.

Jodi Laird said she and about a dozen other residents showed up to the location where Dave was camping out and transported his items to a storage locker.

Laird said she paid for the locker for a month, which she hopes will be sufficient time for Dave to secure a place to live.

"The overall support restored faith in humanity for him, because he thought nobody cared," Laird said about Dave, adding she has checked up on him multiple times since Friday night.

Dave, 57, had lived in an apartment at 431 Winnipeg Street for 11 years before being evicted on Friday. He said he suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome which he said affects his concentration.

 

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