Tuesday, March 8, 2016

SF City Hall to Battle over How to Handle Homlessness

Supervisor David Campos called for a state of Emergency on homelessness in San Francisco Today. Hid announcement comes After an announcement last week that the mayor's office would take at least another six months to build a second navigation center, a pilot program taking homeless people in groups and people with pets off the streets and into housing. Campos says the mayors time line is unacceptable and says that the city needs to declare a state of emergency in order to cut through red tape and speed up the process of picking sites for the new centers. Pacifica's Mike Kohn reports from Mission street in San Francisco.