L.A. City Council calls for new plan to get homeless off the streets

Signaling a more assertive approach on homelessness, five Los Angeles City Council members introduced a measure, they want to create a council committee focused exclusively on the problem, which costs the city $100 million a year, according to a scathing report issued last week by City Administrative Officer Miguel A. Santana. He described the city’s response as fractured and dysfunctional — a conclusion council members said they agreed with. Read More

One Comment On “L.A. City Council calls for new plan to get homeless off the streets”

  1. Hey, that’s a clever way of thnnkiig about it.

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