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He watches four homeless men at the village dump setting fire to a pile of prosthetic legs “for warmth — and s’mores.”
A restaurant that fed the homeless said it might have to close.
The returning students — most of whom are homeless, speak English as a second language or have special-education needs — will continue with virtual learning in their classrooms under the supervision of nonteaching staff.
In this latest miniseries, we’ll explore how it’s being used in sports both on athletes and fans, its use in retail stores even how it’s used to serve the homeless.
Bates’ office also confirmed Oceanside will receive nearly $650,000 it hopes can support a year-round homeless shelter in the city, funds the city discussed months ago in its continued discussions about the need for shelter beds in the coastal city.
Complications for homeless veterans and those in the justice systemAn estimated 45,000 veterans are homeless on any given night, and 181,500 veterans are in prison or jail.
It felt very fitting that the Convention Center-turned-homeless-shelter was also a polling place.
Ricardo Flores, executive director of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, a nonprofit that funds affordable and homeless housing, said he expects a Democrat-led board to consider an affordable housing bond of its own at some point.
Oceanside is one of the largest and most populous cities in San Diego County and has the largest homeless population in North County.
I caught up with 28-year-old nursing assistant Taylor Lucas on Monday afternoon at the Convention Center, which has served as both a homeless shelter and a polling place this year.