The official said that 160 camp residents have already been temporarily transferred to emergency shelters and other shelters, pending implementation of the agreement, which could take six months. The small villages of houses, whose sources in the city initially said they would be completed by the end of this year, will not be ready until June 30, the official said. The agreement between delegates from the North and South to allow Congress to end the slave trade from 1808 was a significant change that was introduced in the final version. Delegates from the South and the North also agreed to strengthen the Slavic fugitive clause in exchange for the repeal of a request for two-thirds of Congress to agree on ”navigation laws” (trade rules between states and foreign governments). The two-thirds requirement was advocated by delegates from the South, who believed that Congress could pass shipping laws that would be economically damaging to slavers. :196 When the camp was built, a group of homeless people linked to the organizers occupied 15 PHA properties, Jeremiah said. ”Part of the agreement is that they may have to leave, but they are not going to leave and be left homeless,” Jeremiah said. ”We`re going to work with them.” She came to the Parkway on Wednesday morning to exchange phone numbers with a new friend and resident, lest they lose contact if the city evacuated the camp earlier than planned. When the fall nights cooled on the parkway, Morales said she saw the deal with the city as a positive step.
”If farmer Almanac was right, the winter will be cold. I say, take what you`re going to get, you know. PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Host Authority and OccupyPHA have agreed to end a camp on Ridge Avenue, known as Camp Teddy. Monday night`s communication indicates that a resolution has been adopted to end the camp in front of the PHA headquarters. The housing agreement between the city and organizers of Benjamin Franklin Parkway`s homeless camp, which will end its four-month standoff by the end of the week, is ”unprecedented” in U.S. history, according to local and national experts. The Philadelphia Host Authority and the leaders of Camp Teddy Camp on Ridge Avenue have reached an agreement to evacuate the site. ”As with the Ridge Avenue Camp resolution last week, this agreement is the result of hard work by all concerned, and I thank everyone for their efforts. It took a long time, but an amicable solution has always been my goal and I am glad that it has been achieved. I would also like to thank camp leaders and residents for increasing Philadelphia`s crisis of affordable housing with public opinion. We agree, but major problems persist, especially in the midst of a global pandemic, and we must all refocus on finding courageous solutions.