THERESA AVILA has been squatting at the Navarro Store for months, but she rightly points out that she’s not homeless, she’s landless. The poor thing isn’t alone in being landless, but that’s hardly consoling to a person who’s homeless and landless. Theresa continues to look for a place to park her car, her trailer, her husband, her dog, and herself. Once she has a fixed address, Theresa can retrieve her husband, Mark Worley, from a Marin convalescent hospital and become his paid caretaker. Theresa had lived at George Gowan’s unsanctioned homeless camp on Gschwend Road, Navarro, but the County of Mendocino has abated George’s property, and now those Valley people who have fallen, nay plummeted, through the cracks of our see-through social safety net have no place to go. If you have a spot for Theresa to make a home for herself and her Mark, please call 895-3016 and we will relay the good news to her.
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