Monday, February 13, 2017

Give it up already. Once and for all. Lake Worth IS NOT & NEVER WAS a “sanctuary city”

Please Note: There’s an update below.

Even reporters who should know better are leaving the door open that Lake Worth is a “sanctuary city”. This nonsense was debunked in 2015 on this blog.

Question: In 5+ years of searching has one single piece of documentation ever been produced that Lake Worth IS a sanctuary city? No. Not one. Zero. So there.

And is it proper journalistic method to have elected leaders, City Manager Michael Bornstein, and City staff prove a negative?

But. . . If. . . And. . . !

BUT if you want to believe Lake Worth is a sanctuary city because we have the Guatemalan Maya Center here in Lake Worth. . . a lot of people think the Town of Jupiter is a sanctuary city too because the El Sol Resource Center is located in that city.

So, IF you want to misinform the public and immigrants as well, at least get the word out there are two options available for sanctuary. . . and Lake Worth is only one.

AND the El Sol Resource Center is really good at social media too AND apparently El Sol has much more modern facilities as well:
  • To contact El Sol use this link.
  • Address: 106 Military Trail, Jupiter, Florida 33458
  • Hours: Monday–Saturday, 6:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.; Sunday, 7:00 a.m.–12:00 noon
  • Phone: 561-745-9860
  • Email:
  • They’re also on Facebook.
  • And on Twitter too!
UPDATE: Here’s the latest about El Sol Resource Center from an article in the Post titled, “Jupiter is not a ‘sanctuary city,’ say officials”:
Jupiter, the home of El Sol Neighborhood Resource Center, is not a sanctuary community, say local officials.