Category Archives: Homelessness

Homeless Helping Clean Parkway

Every little bit helps, but since the trash largely comes from the homeless illegally camping there—and the article from Channel 3 reports just how long some people have been camping there—it is very good that they are helping clean it … Continue reading

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ARPPS Annual Report Online

It is now online at and here is the introduction: Introduction This has been one of the worst years ever for the Parkway with the rampant proliferation of homeless encampments and the related problems this has caused; including fires, … Continue reading

Posted in ARPPS, Homelessness

Homeless in San Francisco, Follow Up

This is a much more detailed article from City Journal than the one posted Friday from the Wall Street Journal. It is so sad what is happening to our once lovely City by the Bay. An excerpt. “Everyone’s on drugs … Continue reading

Posted in Homelessness, Public Safety

San Francisco’s Homeless Model; Is it Sacramento’s Also?

Unfortunately, it appears to be one Sacramento seems intent on following, but as this article from the Wall Street Journal reports, it has resulted in everyone involved, including the homeless most of all, losing. An excerpt. “This city has been … Continue reading

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Homeless Threatening Levees

Excellent follow up story from CBS 13 on this issue first noted this Spring. An excerpt. “SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento is near the top of the list when it comes to cities at risk of catastrophic flooding. “Last May, CBS13 … Continue reading

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Excellent E Letter on Homelessness

Supervisor Sue Frost continues offering solid, common sense leadership around this issue in her latest e letter. An excerpt. “We have a moral obligation to be compassionate to one another. That includes not just our family or neighbors, but everyone … Continue reading

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Homelessness & Transit Budget Waste?

Excellent article from California Globe. An excerpt. “Many cities in the United States are experiencing an overwhelming increase in the number of homeless people occupying the streets, leading many citizens to take action. Recently, in lower Manhattan, residents were so … Continue reading

Posted in Government, Homelessness, Transportation