Post by Admin Horan on Oct 22, 2022 6:08:27 GMT -6
For one thing, those counties are "havens." Convicted sex offenders have to register when they move into any community (California pioneered that.) That makes it TOUGH to find a town to live in. Some towns, like nearby Chico, created safe havens so local universities could "study" sex offenders. On top of that, Plumas County is a POOR county, and landlords there absolutely depend on Section 8 for survival. That means a LOT of ex-cons. And of course, Plumas County is where a LOT of Haight-Ashbury "freaks" ended up, squatting in abandoned houses and cabins and trying to grow marijuana.
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