This is a story in the LA Times on how temporary trailers are being planned for homeless people in a downtown city lot.
The city plans to build temporary shelter for the homeless on a city-owned lot at the corner of Arcadia and Alameda streets in downtown Los Angeles.1
- Los Angeles city leaders planning to house dozens of homeless
- Using temporary trailers on city-owned downtown lot(s)
- Proposal to be submitted to City Council includes five trailers on a parking lot
- Trailers would accommodate 67 people
- Designed for people who are sleeping out in the sidewalks nearby
The shelter would operate for three years with the hope that residents placed there would move on to permanent housing within six months. 1
Read the full article here.
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