Los Angeles moves to concentrate the homeless in targeted neighborhoods

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The Los Angeles City Council is weighing two measures aimed at clearing obstacles to getting more people into housing according to the Los Angeles Times.

The proposed laws have stirred up concerns among critics who fear they will muzzle neighbors or concentrate homeless housing into specific neighborhoods.

One measure would allow permanent supportive housing projects to avoid a review process that can drag out a year or more and expose the projects to public battles with opponents.

The proposed law would slash parking requirements and allow homeless housing projects of up to 120 units in much of the city — and as large as 200 in downtown and some other areas — to avoid environmental review and public hearings as long as the projects meet certain requirements.

Housing advocates say the measure would give a crucial boost to the city’s goal of building 10,000 new units for homeless residents in a decade, by easing the approval process and encouraging the construction of bigger buildings.

Council members are also considering a measure that could make it easier to temporarily convert motels into homeless housing.



One thought on “Los Angeles moves to concentrate the homeless in targeted neighborhoods

  1. Welcome the West Coast version of .. Bangladesh and Calcutta. Stack and pack housing with NO enviro review as required by law. Thankfully, other bums in other areas of the state and OTHER states will see that they get nice housing in downtown areas where it is perfect to Panhandle, use heroin and rob folks at will. You can see business fleeing this crap enmass to other parts of the state.. The really smart ones will leave this poophole that is looking more and more like a 3rd world mess. Welcome to Jerry’s new Klayfornia folks, were bums who don’t pay taxes, or anything else are treated like kings and queens and the poor taxpayer is fleeced to pay for it once again.


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