The beautiful city of Coronado is an awesome place to visit. Coronado is clean, safe and orderly. Coronado's elected officials and residents intend on keeping it that way.
Mayor of Coronado Richard Bailey talked to John and Ken about what his city does to refuse destructive behavior and why other California cities are failing to keep residents safe.
California cities have battled a homeless crisis for years, while still throwing billions of dollars at the spiraling tragedy to help those who are in dire need of housing.
But one city has defied the odds, reporting the lowest homeless population in the state.
Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey (R) said there are no vagrants in his city at all, and he joined "Fox & Friends First" to describe how he has reinforced a no-encampment policy while still upholding the rule of law.
"The policies that are in place at the regional and statewide level that are tolerating this type of behavior that is personally destructive and also destructive to the surrounding communities are really enabling this situation to increase throughout our entire state, and throughout our entire region," Bailey told Ashley Strohmier.
"Changing these policies will actually have a major impact," he continued.