English: James Cappleman (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
A Chicago alderman has ordered The Salvation Army to quit feeding the homeless in his district; claiming that it just attracts more. Democrat alderman James Cappleman has given them a month to get out of his district.
Cappleman gave the social service agency one month to find a new North Side location — outside his ward — before ceasing operations, said Capt. Nancy Powers, who oversees the Salvation Army's homeless program in Chicago.
"He decided he felt the unit was pulling homeless into the area, and he does not want us to feed them," Powers told me.
Ya got 'till sundown to clear outta town.