He cut down his trees because he's afraid
People living in a Daytona Beach neighborhood described as "already notorious" are upset about a proposed homeless shelter.
of the homeless ... say what?
One guy even cut down his trees because people were sleeping under them.
The Salvation Army plans to build a $6 million facility with 170 beds for homeless individuals and families.
But not everyone is blinded by fear. City Commissioner Shiela McKay-Vaughan said she thinks her city and other municipalities have not contributed enough money to help homeless people. "The city has let these people down. They need to pony up and they haven't," she said.
Police say the neighborhood is "one of the more active zones" because of transients, prostitutes and drug activity.
Read the Daytona Beach News-Journal report here.