Nov. 10, 2023

Housing Vessels Project

From The Sound Mind by Floyd Smith (author's profile)


Housing Vessels Project

Print Requester: FLOYD SMITH
Booking #: K72700
Request Date: 10/17/23 14:23 PDT
Requested Ink: Black/White
Room: Bldg 93 EB
Location: SQ, Facility A, A EB 1-050001L

From: FLOYD SMITH on 10/17/23 14:22 PDT


by, Floyd Smith K-72700


California has a vast coastline, with maritime law's and a strong military presence, instead of sinking and dismantling cruse ships, and military vessels, we can line up 4 ships, to be securely docked, side by side in an allocated area, to be operated and maintained by parolees, for the safe housing of unhoused Californian's

Parolee metal worker's, certified food services, plumbing and electric maintenance workers, substance abuse teams, mental health care providers, and certified wellness personnel, fire and rescue teams, and employment training staffers, along with religious/spirtual advisor's can serve the unhoused families to transition back into society just as they have been trained to be, putting the California rehabilitation model on scale with no other global humanitarian model.

With suicide guard rails installed by the formerly incarcerated, and with a probation substation
on site, the coastline will maintain it's beautiful serenity for those housed in the multiple cabin housing ships complete with Day Care Facilities,
on board medical staffing.

With solar electricity as the primary energy source, and over the air free TV antenna access, the State can actually provide a sustainable healthy living environment for our most vulnerable population.

With reallocation of State funding, and philanthropic donations from the States wealthiest, families can be rehoused in volumes and clean city streets, and freeway under passes almost overnight.

No pet's, no useless property item's, and free access to clothing washing and drying machines on board, maintains sanitary environment.

With just the above stated crash pitch, we start a new conversation about solution based ideations that require action at the hands and great minds of CDCR vocational training staffers to lobby the parole board to allow qualified incarcerated residents to prove the Governors New California Model.


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