By Randle Loeb on Jun 19, 2008 | In Caring and Surviving, Citizenship and Stewards By Randle Loeb
Between Aurora, Denver, Lakewood, Englewood, Commerce City, Thornton, Boulder, Longmont, Centennial, Parker, Castle Rock, Golden, Broomfield, The Denver Regional Council of Governments, the Metropolitan Area County Commissioners, the Metro Mayor's Caucus, the Municipal League, the Chamber of Commerce and any other official government entity we must devote our talents and energies to a plan of action. Representative from these entities will create a plan of action for emergencies that includes indigent people from families, motels, those who are about to be evicted, those who are discharged from any institutions of their jurisdictions, anyone who is a new member of these communities, or who is passing through on their way elsewhere, and is in a situation where they require emergency assistance. These people will receive a service which includes and is not limited to, shelter, counseling, a discharge plan, and direct services leading to a safe, stable and humane response to their predicament. It is time to develop a disaster relief effort in response to any catastrophe that involves all of the entities of the community at large and a public-private covenant, which will provide the necessary response in any and all circumstances.
A board should be directed to develop this proposal with a timeline to finish the recommendations to every entity by the beginning of 2010.
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