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Morning Report: What Happens When Shelter Isn’t Available
If the San Diego City Council approves a proposed ordinance next week, camping will be banned on most public property only if shelter beds are available, though it will be banned at all times in areas including parks and near…
Proposed Camping Ban Must Wrestle with Homeless Shelter Shortage
There aren’t enough city shelter beds for all homeless residents who seek them, a reality Mayor Todd Gloria and Councilman Stephen Whitburn must confront to dramatically reduce street homelessness with a controversial ordinance.
How Police Plan to Tackle the Homeless Camping Ban
San Diego police say they expect enforcement of a proposed camping ban to have more sustained results than past efforts.
Morning Report: Count Shows Surge in Homelessness
Homelessness has reached seemingly unprecedented levels in San Diego County per the latest point-in-time census. During its January census, the Regional Task Force on Homelessness counted 10,264 homeless residents sleeping in shelters or outdoors throughout the region. That’s 22 percent…
Regional Census Tracks Unprecedented Spike in Homelessness
The Regional Task Force on Homelessness tallied a 22 percent year-over-year spike in overall homelessness and other troubling increases that point to systemic struggles.