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De Vaul's case could have been handled more humanely 

San Luis Obispo

Many comments have been written in and around the Dan De Vaul case—an individual who is trying his best, using his time to provide housing, meals, rehabilitation for individuals in need. I know the community has in some cases provided donations, help, etc., basically from, I believe, individual donations.

I am disappointed that business leaders and companies that have building materials, etc., have not been more active in providing assistance and/or support in building structures.

It is too bad that they could not remain there for housing, meals, etc.

A good example: When I received training in the military and we were housed in old buildings, they used to be referred to as “splinter villages.” We had a fire guard on duty, in shifts, to make sure all was safe throughout the evening, etc.

In the case of Sunny Acres, this could have been achieved while replacement housing was created. It is a shame to have the residents be evicted; they seemed to be on the correct path to renew their lives and futures. Some were fortunate to get housing, but all in all, could this not have been handled a bit more humanely?

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