Sonoma County plan would evict renters to buy housing for homeless
A controversial plan to solve the homeless crisis has people fired up in Sonoma County where officials plan to spend millions of dollars to buy three properties that would be used to house the homeless.
The Sonoma County board of supervisors approved the spending of nearly $12 million to buy or lease housing for the homeless back in December.
Frustrated residents are voicing outrage over a plan that evicts existing renters, making them homeless, only to then give those same homes to other already homeless people. Only in California could this make sense!
Recent statistics show there are over 3,000 homeless people living in Sonoma County, with new figures due out in February.
Sonoma County will clear sprawling illegal encampments along the Joe Rodota Trail between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol by the end of January. https://t.co/FVpa519E5O— KPIX 5 (@KPIXtv) January 11, 2020
Sonoma County will clear sprawling illegal encampments along the Joe Rodota Trail between Santa Rosa and Sebastopol by the end of January.
THIS IS JUST DOWNRIGHT WRONG!! WHAT ARE THESE IDIOTS THINKING?? Sonoma County proposal would evict paying renters to give free housing to homelesshttps://t.co/BhkZUXOlek— Darlene Holland (@Darlene22404856) January 12, 2020