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The Safer Cities Initiative of Los Angeles has been brought upon the town in late 2006 by Mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa. The Initiative was chiefly designed to eliminate the homeless and mentally ill citizens by the isolated, and 50 by 5 block, Los Angeles roads, famous as as Skid Row. In the long run the S.C.I. violated these citizens civil rights and failed to meet any set obligations and duties. Since the city of Los Angeles put this initiative to movement, the town then became accountable for these people, like they were both the "parent" of the homeless "kids". You can not kick a homeless person off the roads, they are homeless. Where do they go if they are not allowed on the road? Where would the mentally ill go if there are not any mental institutions or clinics, or perhaps medication? Food service providers in the region can only endow so much food for so lots of people. Where do the people left hungry move if there are just a miniscule number of those service providers? The Safer Cities Initiative and the City of Los Angeles failed to look after their responsibilities. Skid Row is a 50 block neighborhood west of the Downtown Historic Core and the high rise area of Bunker Hill. It's surround by 3rd road in the northwest, 7th street on the southwest, Main road on the westcoast, and Alameda street on the shore. Skid Row dates back to the mid 1880's-1890's if the railroads were constructed and where they stopped. The large agricultural areas east of downtown soon gave far more industrial uses, which then attracted a mostly large male population which came on trains to get employment in the railroads, or mostly transient agricultural sectors. This setting sprouted small hotels, darkened living spaces rear then, which today.