Resolution for Permanent Supportive Housing unanimously supported

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego City Council has passed a resolution to help end the city’s homeless crisis.

This is a resolution, meaning it is this council’s intent to finally get something done- but is it progress?

For now this is just a statement, an important one because this is the first time all nine council districts have committed to housing the homeless in their neighborhoods. The nimbyism has vanished.

The plan is to place 140 permanent supportive housing units in all council districts. This will take years to implement, a softening of regulations, and finding the funding necessary to get it done.

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