The Santa Rosa City Council agreed Tuesday to boost funding aimed at getting the homeless off the streets.
The council, which last August declared a homeless emergency in the city, added $125,000 to this year’s budget for “rapid rehousing” funding.
It had previously allocated $200,000 for such services.
Despite some questions other homeless advocacy groups raised, City Manager Sean McGlynn called it “the most efficient process” to accomplish the council’s goals.
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