San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved use of a vacant court building at 1555 6th Ave in downtown San Diego for use by the mostly pseudo refugees that have crossed the border as part of the Caravan or separate from the caravan.
UPDATE: An expected lawsuit to make the federal government pay to support the asylum fraudsters is apparently not on the agenda for Tuesday, Feb. 12. So we are not going to the County Board meeting to speak at that time. Of Course, concerned citizens can go and speak anytime against it during the public commentary part of the meeting.
The refugees are only supposed to spend a short time in San Diego. During that time the County and State will support them with food, housing legal help and transportation to to the destination of their choice. At least that was how it was sold to the County supervisors. The State of California will provide $25 million to various nonprofits to support the effort.
A number of people were at the building on January 30, to do a site survey and make a plan to make the building ready for its new purpose.
Both the red brick building and the white split-level building next to it will be used to house the fake refugees.
The building will be is in a great location for protests with high visibility downtown and convenient parking. There are several parking lots nearby. While parking downtown can be expensive it is discounted on the weekend.
This is the only comment that was made against the proposal at the County Supervisors meeting on January 30, 2019.
See the full video if the discussion of this item at this link:
Here is the contact information for the San Diego County Board. Feel free to give them a piece of you mind. Please, do not be overly offensive, profane or threatening, though.