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Book said that about 270 offenders are registered as living in the tent village outside Hialeah, sitting on either side of the 3500 block of Northwest 71st Street.There is no electricity, running water or bathroom facilities, leading to complaints of human waste being tossed roadside and around the warehouses whose fences front the tents.In dense Miami-Dade, hemmed in by the Everglades and the Atlantic Ocean, the 2,500-foot rule eliminates wide swaths of Miami-Dade’s housing stock as an option.The county also bars sex offenders from homeless shelters where families are housed, making most of the tax-funded emergency housing off-limits, too.
Riley argued that Brown’s contract be ratified so that it matches the contracts of the city managers that came before him.“The last four city managers had a contract,” Riley said.
Others use bathrooms at a Walmart and a Walgreens about a mile away.
Claudia Marie Baker, 58, who said she spent nine years in prison on child-pornography charges, has lived in a tent there for about a year.
“My sister has five different real-estate people looking for places for me,” said Baker, who said she was convicted as a man, Gregory Baker.
“Every place they picked, it was too close.” The 2,500-foot restriction is far tougher than Florida’s 1,000-foot rule but matches the limit for some local governments across the country, including Lake County near Orlando and Pasco County north of Tampa.