The San Diego Union-TribuneCivic, business leaders back homeless tent idea

Aug 15, 2017 - The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Civic, business leaders back homeless tent idea

More than 200 civic and business leaders have endorsed a plan to create a series of large industrial tents throughout the region to help get homeless people temporarily off the street.“These serious-minded San Diego leaders have come together to carefully review San Diego’s homeless problem and have explored multiple concepts, plans, and ideas concerning potential short-term and long-term strategies,” proponents Peter Seidler and Dan Shea said in a...

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