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A protest in Chatsworth against a homeless housing project shows that voters are fine spending tax money on these items, but just not near their homes.
The L.A. City Council has voted to move forward with an effort to stop landlords from quickly evicting tenants or raising rent before a new state rental law takes effect.
Dozens of new apartments for homeless people could rise in Chatsworth after the Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to fund a rare proposal to build such housing in the northwest San Fernando Valley.
Boise is a midsize city with a manageable homeless population. But it is setting standards for how much bigger cities deal with homeless encampments.
A newly formed group called Homeshare Alliance Los Angeles has been pushing City Council members to permit Angelenos to rent out a second unit to travelers.
The Los Angeles City Council will decide whether to halt no-fault evictions after reports landlords are evicting tenants prior to a new state law taking effect.
Over the past four years, lawmakers have quietly chipped away at zoning communities for single-family homes only, opening the door to smaller backyard units.
It began as so many do — while reporting another story. A Times photographer and I were finishing an article about the odd and sometimes ingenious ways that homeless people seek — and find — shelter. Then we heard about a double murder-suicide.
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