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THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAN BE VERIFIED AT safeparkingla.org (LINKS BELOW)

If you are wondering why there are so many RV's on our streets its because the City is ALREADY sending the homeless to our communities. If you read The Process (link below) the Police are now instructed instead of waking up the homeless when they are sleeping in their car illegally they place a map on their windshield and instructed to go to GREEN ZONES where they can live in their vehicles 24 hours a day or to a YELLOW ZONE where they can park their vehicles from 6AM -9PM. Wilmington has more green zones than San Pedro, Harbor City and Harbor Gateway COMBINED. San Pedro has the MOST yellow zones and vehicles can park 24 hours a day up and down Gaffey and Pacific from O'Farrell to 25th Street. Where Joe lives it is a RED ZONE. No vehicles/RV's are allowed to park there.

SafeParkingla Maps
SafeParkingla The Process

 

Thank you to Gayle Fleury for the Following Info

McKinny Vento Act

This Act has been around since about 1987. Here are our takes on some of the Key Provisions. It was a shock to find out the Councilman's staff were not even familiar with it.

  • Act authorizes the Emergency Food and Shelter Program,
    which is administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  • authorizes the emergency shelter and transitional housing programs administered
    by the Department of Housing and Urban Development, including the Emergency Shelter.
  • imposes requirements on federal agencies to identify
    and make available surplus federal property, such as buildings and land, for use by states, local governments, and nonprofit agencies to assist homeless people.
  • provides
    housing assistance to homeless individuals with disabilities, mental illness, AIDS, and drug or
    alcohol addiction, and a demonstration program within the Health Care for the Homeless program
    to provide primary health care and outreach to at-risk and homeless children.

https://www.nationalhomeless.org/publications/facts/McKinney.pdf

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  1. WHAT IS PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING OR PSH
    HERE IS WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR.
    ALL INFORMATION CAN BE CONFIRMED AT Department of City Planning | CPC-2017-3136-CA
    at the link below:

    Link: Permanent Supportive Housing OrdinanceFAQ

    There is quite a bit of talk about PSH here is some of the key information:

    The City is intent on supporting those in Permanent Supportive housing for up to 55 years. In otherwords we the taxpayers AND OUR CHILDREN will be supporting them for the next 55 years.
    These units can be built anyplace an apartment, condo or duplex can be built.

    The City admits that a quarter of the homeless have drug problems and a significant amount have mental illness and about 33% are victims of domestic violence. So what is the cities solution? To put them all in these so called apartments TOGETHER.

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