Opinion

What’s your view: public spaces camping ban

Via social media, readers responded to the Keizertimes article about the proposed public spaces camping ban based in part on the City of Salem’s ban. The Keizer City Council unanimously approved the ordinance at the January 6 session.

Here some selected responses:

 Allowing camping in public places is not helping the transitional housing population. We are turning a blind eye to . . .

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