The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to develop new rules that would allow homeless people to camp in certain areas.
Council members, with a vote of 12 to three, called on city attorneys to pass a law banning sleeping, lying and storing property near several public places such as schools, neighborhoods, libraries and homeless shelters. handed over.
The second vote is on Thursday, This was reported by the LA Times.
“They want to use their streets and sidewalks and their libraries,” Council member ul Crecorian said of Los Angeles residents.
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“They want to get into the introductory part of their business,” Krekorian explained. “They want to know that if they get in the ring, I’m not worried about knocking someone down when they’re crossing the road.”
These “tent cities” grew all over Los Angeles. Long tents appeared along the beach and various pedestrian walkways throughout the city.
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Venice Beach has experienced its worst crisis since the influx of homeless people along the Boardwalk. Officials said there were shootings, fights, harassment, arson and other incidents.
Joe Buscaino, a member of the city council and a candidate for mayor of LA, said the council wants to avoid appealing to law enforcement to resolve the issue.
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“I have been a police officer for 15 years and have never arrested anyone for homelessness,” Busciano said during a meeting on Tuesday.
“It just asks our homeless people to follow some basic rules so we can better share our community scene across the city.”
There was an anti-camping decree in Los Angeles, but this coronavirus was stopped during ndemic, This was reported by CBS in Los Angeles.