At this point, what are the reasons it has not yet moved? Here are the reasons I think I hear the feet draggers either saying or thinking.
- 'We' can't move it because the Homeless know where to go now, would suffer when they can't find the new location.
- 'We' can't move it because it would be admitting that we don't want the extreme poor around.
- 'We' won't move it because we don't want to cave into the business crowd.
- 'We' can't move it because we don't have the money.
- 'We' can't move it because we can't find a good enough location.
- 'We' won't move it because the homeless are our battering ram to force our political views down the upper classes.
Numbers 1, 4, and 5 could be valid reasons, but would be short run issues that with money can be solved. I think the money would be there if those who use the homeless as a political tool would worry more about sustaining the effort to provide services to the homeless, instead of using homelessness as a means to make your political foes look bad.
Are there other legitimate or not-so legitimate reasons to not move the Drop Inn Center?