Failure: The City of Draper, Utah

Jun 2, 2017Commentary, Housing, Human Dignity

After more than three hours of listening to over 700 Draper residents protest his proposal to volunteer two Draper sites for a new homeless resource center, Mayor Troy Walker rescinded his offer late Wednesday. The actions of Draper residents exhibits the opposite of seeing our neighbors in need as ourselves.

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