"Adopt-A-Family is a nonprofit located in Lake Worth that serves families with children who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. Adopt-A-Family’s mission is to strengthen families in their efforts to achieve stability and self-sufficiency. Pursuant to our mission, our agency operates nine core programs that address the continuum of needs that many vulnerable families in Palm Beach County face. Last year, we served 2,167 families and ended or prevented an episode of homelessness for 635 of those families. We have 62 employees and 15 dedicated and committed board members." Source: PBPost article
Why is this important? The article says that Adopt-a-Family housing is for families with children experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. These are poor people down and out on their luck.
Omari Hardy's last T-Report showing his address as of February 10, 2017. Prior to this address, he lived and maybe voted in Coral Gables although there is no record of him having ever voted there.
Ownership of property at 1736 Lake Worth Road where Omari Hardy claims residency.
Florida residents' database that shows his mailing address is in Cocoanut Creek, Florida and that he has lived at 1736 Lake Worth Road for one year. Why is this important? Because at one of the NA forums he said he had lived in Lake Worth for three years. There is no evidence of any other address in Lake Worth for Mr. Hardy. He did vote in the March 2016 election nearly one year ago.
Omari Hardy's Facebook page showing his residence to be in Coral Gables
1. Omari Hardy's connection to Adopt-a-Family He actually was the manager in 2014.
2. Omari Hardy's connection to Adopt-a-family Omari says he still works for Adopt-A-Family part-time.
When filing to run for office in Lake Worth, you do not have to prove where you live. If the city/state did have that requirement, perhaps it would clear up these discrepancies/questions on domicile. You have to be a resident in Lake Worth for six months prior to the election.
Perhaps all of the above is just old, outdated, information?
Click here... for a previous blog on Mr. Hardy.