Here’s How LA’s Going to Build Its Way Out of Homelessness:” Comment Los Angeles S ensortira Des Problemes Des Clochards 1.2 milliard De Dollar Des constructions Pour Les Clochards”

Los Angeles is preparing to put a $1.2-billion bond on the November ballot that, if approved by voters, would fund the construction of housing for the homeless. That would kickstart the city into building a lot, fast. But before it could build, the city would need land, and the the Los Angeles Times says officials are already preparing to buy hundreds of properties over the next decade, “from nuisance motels to underused parking lots.” Continu to read