City plays ‘Baby Shark’ at loop into keep homeless From sleeping at waterfront parkWashingtat post #Doo_DooJuly 20, 2019
Now, “Baby Shark” and “Raining Tacos” are being used by city officials in West Palm Beach, Fla., as a property management tool.
To deter people experiencing homelessness from sleeping overnight at the city’s Lake Pavilion and Great Lawn, venues that offer “million-dollar views” for special events, West Palm Beach officials began playing the catchy, obnoxious tunes three weeks ago from strategically situated speakers.
After 1 minute and 45 seconds of additional “doo doos” for Daddy, Grandma and Grandpa shark, tiny goldfish sing “it’s the end,” and that’s true for the first round of the song but not for the madness, which lasts another eight hours until the sun rises over the intercoastal waterway that abuts the pavilion terrace.
The music volume complies with city code and is a temporary measure while officials explore setting enforceable hours for the Lake Pavilion and Great Lawn, city spokeswoman Kathleen Walter said.
Those resources include job training and a street team of advocates who “meet people where they are” and connect them with the help they need, including shelter and resources to deal with addiction or mental health issues, West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James said.
“For many years local government agencies, including the City of West Palm Beach, have supported the Homeless Coalition in our efforts to advocate and provide needed programs and services in the Palm Beach County area,” board chair Sophia Eccleston and CEO Shea Spencer said in a joint statement.
Good sleep is critical to a person’s overall physical and mental wellness, and lack of it can compound challenges that those experiencing homelessness are already struggling to manage.
But it’s on and on, the same songs.”
“If you’re looking for a quiet place to lay your head, that’s where you would go,” James said.
Within the next week, he said, the city plans to post signs that say the area is closed from midnight to 6 a.m.
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