Sex under bridge
It has become a makeshift town of parolees and others who struggle to find affordable housing that doesn't violate strict local ordinances against sex offenders living too close to schools, parks and other places children congregate. Below the pavement and far from the glitzy nightclubs, five sex offenders are living in conditions not much better than prison. The residents will simply find another location to camp. The whoosh of cars passing overhead echoes loudly under the causeway, which runs over Biscayne Bay, connecting Miami and Miami Beach. What began as an attack on homeless registrants has extended to the entire homeless population.
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Dave Aronberg promoted a uniform but increased statewide residency restriction bill. President Oct, 17 The offenders are still actively searching for residences. Started in The community started in with a few men camping out beneath the Julia Tuttle Causeway, the result of rules strengthened in Miami-Dade County two years earlier and a bevy of overlapping local ordinances. Ron Book is a rich and powerful and some say corrupt South Florida Lobbyist who commands nearly limitless power. Summer storms flood the encampment daily. Five men -- all registered sex offenders convicted of abusing children -- live along the causeway because there is a housing shortage for Miami's least welcome residents.
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Trust staff have visited the encampment to tell them about available housing assistance, he said. Miami-Dade County's ordinance — adopted partly in reaction to the case of a convicted sex offender who raped a 9-year-old Florida girl and buried her alive — says sex offenders must live at least 2, feet from schools. We are living like animals and trying to make the best of it. In October , the ACLU filed yet another suit after the homeless registrants were forced to live along train tracks and abandoned warehouses in Hialeah [9 2 ]. One camp resident stated, "Every time it rains, we get flies and mosquitoes. A number of former JTC camp registrants were even temporarily housed in the parking lot of the Florida Department of Corrections .
Wiese sleeps in a tiny shack with two TVs, a CD player, microwave and a night stand made of a black plastic milk crate that holds an ashtray and a can of Miller High Life. One camp resident stated, "Every time it rains, we get flies and mosquitoes. With Hialeah camp closure in , it seems the game of musical homeless registrant camps will begin again. The five men are the only known sex offenders authorized to live outdoors in Florida, said state Corrections Department spokeswoman Gretl Plessinger. Summer storms flood the encampment daily. Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. Left: Christmas Day at the camp in Hialeah,