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CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO HAS RECEIVED 16,000 COMPLAINTS ABOUT FECES IN THE STREET

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If you’ve been there recently you’re aware of it. The homeless situation is out of control. The roads are a mess. Taxes are sky high. The schools are terrible.

Residents are fleeing in droves and it’s not hard to understand why.

Now, we are learning about another issue that residents have to deal with.

Feces everywhere.

From News Wars:

Over 16,000 complaints have been logged with the City of San Francisco regarding ‘feces’ in the last five years, with nearly 200 coming in the past week alone.

A website and related app that allows residents to request maintenance or non-emergency services from the city has received more than 16,000 complaints with the keyword ‘feces’ since August, 2013, and many pertain to human waste in public places.

Additionally, words and phrases synonymous with ‘feces’ are found in thousands more grievances.

Many of the complaints also connect the fecal matter to vagrants and homeless encampments – a sight all too common now across California.

A website and related app that allows residents to request maintenance or non-emergency services from the city has received more than 16,000 complaints with the keyword ‘feces’ since August, 2013, and many pertain to human waste in public places.

Additionally, words and phrases synonymous with ‘feces’ are found in thousands more grievances.

Many of the complaints also connect the fecal matter to vagrants and homeless encampments – a sight all too common now across California.

 

Here’s more.

From Fresno Bee:

Trash bags full of approximately 20 pounds of human poop were left on the sidewalk over the weekend in downtown San Francisco.

It’s the latest — and perhaps most alarming — sign of the increased filthiness of one of the most popular cities in the United States.

The bags of human poop were said to be left in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district.

The photo was first posted on San Francisco’s Citizen app for identifying crimes then onto Reddit.com, where the photo eventually went viral.

Unreal.

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