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This page covers what cities, towns and counties can provide.
This site is designed to assist, guide and help.
This site and others created by Pete Bennett
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Seeking data entry and office helper
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Develop a series of website that covers all aspects of housing, homelessness, industry trends, medical, food and support. The site is being created using current database and web development tools, a modern fresh design with filled with details by state, county, cities/towns and regions. Fully searchable by area codes, cities/towns, county and services.
The content is being developed offline and will be updated daily. Text is moving, colors will change as well as parts of web design.
The founder is Pete Bennett who has been a bay area resident since 1978, Pete linkage is he is currenlty homeless in Contra Costa Countu residing in the Concord Homeless Shelter.
How he ended up homeless is connected to series of incidents costing him millions. Today his services are for those in need vs. working for the F-100 firms in his past.
Pete Bennett, former founder of two separate technology companies, and one cabinet and millwork operation each located in Central or East County. Pete suffered a series of financial setbacks some linked to more than one serious medical incident, he was defrauded several times and his losses are in the millions. His losses today linked to the numerous public and legal corruption investigations. Pete has covered those issues on numerous websites.
Today, millions of websites run ASP.NET applications using SQL Server, ASP Web Pages plus data management using Microsoft Office 365. The web site is managed by Internet Information Server (IIS.NET) and everything runs on Microsoft Windows Server latest editions. Some pages data comes SQL Server or JSON formatted files using VueJS.org.