Why doesn’t the Gov just buy 20 new demount-able houses …

Comment on Delayed report castigates government over town camps by James T Smerk.

Why doesn’t the Gov just buy 20 new demount-able houses for each camp? 100k each instead of a 600k house they build which needs knocking down and rebuilding every few years. Also teach people to respect their homes and others’ homes.
I have always wondered why it is the government’s job to ensure these people have housing, what about all the other homeless people?

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