The Los Angeles City Council pledged Tuesday to support a minimum number of housing units for homeless people in each district. At least 222 units are pledged in each district, for a total of at least 3,330 units approved over three years.
Faced with complaints of filth and blight, L.A. cracks down on overnight RV parking. Now, the homeless are scrambling
L.A. passed a law that barred vehicle dwellers from spending the night near homes, parks and schools, but allowed them to park and sleep on other streets. Since then, lawmakers have banned RVs — the most obvious sign of vehicle dwelling — from parking overnight on hundreds of street segments.