Ideas on future of Bradley house
I don’t know if this is the correct platform for sharing an opinion, but I’d like to add to the conversation about the vacancy of Earl Bradley’s former home.
In light of what will undoubtedly be a very long association with the former doctor and his deplorable actions, why not use the building in a way that cultivates a new and brighter legacy?
Donate it for use as a shelter, or as a transitional home for one or more of our most vulnerable populations. Or offer it to a struggling family involved in a community affordable housing program?