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homeless housing

There is no question that homelessness is one of California’s most overwhelming and difficult problems to solve. With more than 70,000 individuals in the County suffering from some form of homelessness, comprehensive housing is essential. While recent events are paving the way for more housing …

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Boise homelessness

Homelessness in Los Angeles has become a humanitarian crisis – over 60,000 Angelenos don’t have secure housing. Such a situation demands swift action by our public officials. However, despite impressive action by the Los Angeles City Council, a recent Supreme Court decision can prove detrimental in our efforts to promote wellness and public safety. Martin v. City of Boise …

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With 60,000 homeless people in Los Angeles County, it’s now or never to promote effective solutions to the public safety and humanitarian crisis. Passed together, Measure H and HHH serve as a coordinated effort by LA officials to get people off the street, house them, and make sure they never have to go back.

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The balance between protecting the environment and addressing the mounting housing crisis becomes more difficult to manage as time goes by. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) remains a controversial way to address both issues. Environmental reviews are known to add years onto important development projects in LA. Building owners and managers alike have to deal with the costs of these delays.

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