KOMMONSENTSJANE – How bad is the homeless situation in LA County? The government is willing to pay people to put “homeless units” in their backyards. Fellowship of the Minds.

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

It is called a government land grab.

Yes, once you commit to a new type of dog in your backyard – you are going to have a hard time ridding yourself of the government edict.

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According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, in 2017 there were 57,794 people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County. That was a 23% increase compared with the 2016 homeless count (46,874 homeless in 2016).

Local government agencies are trying to address the situation from several angles: placing social workers on subways(outreach to homeless riders), taxpayer money from two ballot measures(which still leaves an estimated $73-million annual shortfall in funding for the county’s comprehensive homelessness program), motel conversion and steamlining the approval process for homeless projects, among other things.

Now the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is considering paying property owners to put “units” for homeless people in their backyards. Seriously.

Gale Holland reports for the LA Times: “The county Board of Supervisors approved a $550,000 pilot program to build a handful of small backyard houses, or upgrade illegally converted garages, for…

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