Good News Notes:
“A homeless community in East Austin, Texas, has turned from a controversial state-sanctioned campsite into an organized 100-member town, complete with its own version of a city council.
So far, seven members have been chosen by residents for leadership positions that cover everything from bringing in donations to putting together community events.
‘It’s called ‘Camp R.A.T.T’, Responsible Adult Transition Town, for the homeless, run by the homeless,’ Cori Roberts, the secretary of a committee,
told Fox7. ‘We give everybody a chance. We don’t judge your past history or anything like that.'”
View the whole story here: https://www.foxnews.com/us/austin-homeless-camp-ratt