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“We know that the senior folks are passing and that was the growing population,” said Bill Foraker, “but we’ve got more boomers coming along though.”

Many say there is room to grow. That’s why people, like Foraker, filled the room at the Vigo County Public Library on Wednesday.

That’s where Mayoral Candidate Pat Goodwin held a public forum focused on the future of Terre Haute’s parks, specifically its two golf courses Rea Park and Hulman Links.

“There’s a single pass for both courses,” Foraker said, “The courses are very different and different people play those courses, and it seems to me that there’s an opportunity there to differentiate that, the two markets.”

Better marketing for both courses was one of the many suggestions given at Wednesday’s meeting.

“I think there’s a way out for us,” said Goodwin, “but we have to commit to our public parks and say they’re important to us, and we are going to support them and fund them to the level that we need to so that they can be the assets that we know they can be.”

Goodwin says the city’s financial problems are a big reason that parks funding has plummeted.

“Every year the city is finishing the year in the red,” he said, “Then city council, rightly, starts looking at ways to cut, and one of the places that unfortunately always looks as a target for being cut is parks, and specifically, golf courses.”

In a PowerPoint, Goodwin also presented his findings from proposals sent to the mayor’s office for private management regarding the city’s golf courses from last year, as well as park finances.

The forum, Foraker says, is just a small piece to a big puzzle. However, he hopes to see more transparency from local government, as well as involvement from the public, when it comes to the future of Terre Haute.

“I think the public generally feels like they don’t know who to talk to and that if they do talk to somebody, nobody cares,” he said, “I think we’ve got a city council now that is very good, very invigorating, but I still don’t think we have a city government that’s really making an effort to be transparent and provide the information to the people and the council that they probably could.”
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“Today I had a call from a woman who will be evicted if she can’t come up with her rent money,” said Exec. Director Susie Thompson.

That’s just one of the stories heard every day by Thompson. While Reach mainly focuses on disabilities, cases of homelessness are also very common for the agency.

“We are seeing such a need and a contiunous need,” she said, “I had to come and address the fire alarm here at the agency. There was a woman on the porch of one of our properties with all of her belongings around her, and because she had a dog she couldn’t go to any of the shelters. So she chose to be absolutely on the street instead of putting her pet at risk. When you see those kinds of things, you recognize that probably people are homeless, but those numbers are not being captured.”

Thompson says referrals at Reach continue to increase. In addition, one of their veterans programs has reached a high of 47 cases for homeless or high risk veterans, the highest they’ve had since the program’s establishment. Department of Housing and Urban Development, homelessness is down in Indiana.

In their study, Indiana communities reported that 5,438 people experienced homelessness on a single night in 2017. That’s a 6.2 percent decrease since 2016.

The study also reports that chronic, or long term, homelessness decreased by 8.8 percent since last year. The homeless veteran population also declined by 7.2 percent.

We asked Thompson about her thoughts on the homelessness decline in Indiana.

“Well it’s new to me,” she said.

“I don’t see a reflection of that at all,” said Martina Butler Hull, Veteran Services Coordinator at Reach.

Both Thompson and Butler Hull say it’s difficult to get an accurate homeless count number.

“One of the other things that we face is that they do the homeless count every year in January,” Thompson said, “People that can be in housing, shelter or with friends in the cold winter, are going to choose to do that. So I just think there’s a whole lot of things going around that make those numbers unrealistic from our point of view.”

“When anybody whose got a place to go, anybody who can pay a couple of dollars and rent a couch for a night, or be taken in by their family around Christmas time and hang out for those coldest parts of winter,” Butler Hull said, “I think you’re missing a lot of people during that time.”

When it comes to understanding homelessness, Thompson says it goes beyond just living on the streets and it can happen to anyone at any time.

“They don’t have an address, they’ve had to give up all of their security and they are living from place to place. In my definition, that is homeless,” Thompson said, “So many people that we work with have a very limited or temporary job, or their income is so limited that one tragedy, one flat tire, one issue and they would be homeless as well.”

Butler Hull says homelessness continues to be a growing problem and she can tell by the new faces in clients.

“It’s almost more difficult when you meet a new person for the first time to realize that it’s still an ongoing problem,” she said, “I could introduce you to people that have stayed in our shelters, since day one we’ve been full.”

While the number of cases continues to go up, money and resources remain tight and competitive. However, Thompson says it’s not enough to stop them and other agencies from trying to put an end to the problem.

“I don’t believe that we’re alone here, I believe that all the agencies are facing these kinds of struggles,” Thompson said, “and we know that funds are limited, and we’re in a community where we’re all competing for the same dollars to help people. It’s just a continuous cycle, and I’m not sure where that ends or how it ends, but we’re going to keep fighting the fight.”
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It always fun to talk with Mr. Wonderful, famous for being a Dragon and Shark on TV and for his brash comments on business. The investor and businessman is one part of him. The show business part of him is obvious. There is the husband and father component. Philanthropist too, which he does very quietly.

And now he a politician.

In explaining what pushed him over the top to decide to run, O alludes to the exclusive front page story in the Toronto Sun earlier this month that forecasted, under Trudeau, Canada debt in the next four decades could balloon to $1.5 trillion, something that upset every Canadian, O said.

It infuriates him.

a chance in hell am I going to let him do that, he tells me. job is to show Trudeau his ambition in life and it is not running Canada. that end, everything Trudeau does he will be on top of.

have to be honest. We are in trouble here. We have a very weak leader with a very flawed mandate and we have to stop him from doing any more damage, said O job is to make sure he does as little damage to the country until I can get there in 2019. he hopes to convince Conservatives of this at the leadership convention in the spring, and then Canadians in 2019.

is not going to be an election but an exorcism, said O is it written in the Constitution we have to settle for mediocrity and incompetence? I am scraping that all away. We deserve so much better. I will get rid of the malaise of Trudeau. believes it the very millennials who seem to love to jump into selfie pictures with Trudeau who are going to help O do it.

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O is important to the Conservative race and to federal politics in general because he brings no holds barred excitement to a moribund race in need of a star who can take on a superstar in Trudeau. O issues are real and they resonate with people. Canada needs the anti Trudeau candidate and it wonderful that they now have one. president Donald Trump, but he talks straight and direct like him. Agree or disagree, it a language people understand. And those Canadian people will ultimately have to decide.

are starting to see the rot in Trudeau mandate and they are smelling the failure and they are telling him that in his town hall meetings, O said. me tell you the facts: We are in a real race to save the country. This is going to be a carbon tax free country as soon as I get to Ottawa. I am going to reverse everything Trudeau did.

won remember his name when I am finished. he believes you will remember the name Prime Minister Kevin O


Who would you prefer at the negotiating table with soon to be president Donald Trump?

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But he says it can be taking on Godzilla but instead a tough Dragon who how to prepare a balance sheet and had to a payroll.
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Physicians told Ryan that Jill would never recuperate from her 14 day coma, he said. Jill had not prepared an advanced health care directive mandating a Do Not Resuscitate order.

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It was the hardest decision he ever have to make in his life, Ryan said. Jill said she wouldn have wanted to have lived the rest of her life in a coma after being an energetic, active woman.

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