Eugene mayor wants council to discuss homeless ‘travelers’ who occupy public spaces
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy says she wants the city to have a conversation about young vagabonds occupying public spaces downtown. Piercy sent an email to the city manager and council members saying she doesn't want so-called "travelers" controlling plazas, corners and public spaces. She says she's not judging people by their looks or lifestyle but wants public spaces to be for everyone to use.