People who are homeless in downtown San Diego can get a haircut, clothing, toiletries and a turkey dinner — all for free and before Thanksgiving Day. The nonprofit Streets of Hope is having their annual Thanksgiving Feed the Homeless event Monday. In 2016, the nonprofit said they served over 100 meals, and this year plan to accommodate more than 150 people.
The lawsuit filed late Wednesday with the U.S. District Court in San Diego alleges that disabled homeless people living in their recreational vehicles are unfairly targeted for tickets. City of San Diego municipal code states "oversized vehicles, non-motorized vehicles and recreational vehicles" cannot be parked on city streets from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m.
On Tuesday, Chula Vista celebrated the official opening of a new 210-unit affordable housing complex. Chula Vista Mayor Mary Salas says the new units will provide desperately needed relief for the community. "We need more (housing)," Salad said. "The simple fact is we need more affordable housing for our families, so many are being priced out of the market"The new complex is part of the Millenia development in Otay Ranch. In all, it has 210 units.
Right now homeless people in downtown San Diego can get a haircut, clothing, and a turkey dinner - all for free thanks to Streets of Hope San Diego and local volunteers. Dinner set to be served soon around 6:30 tonight. https://t.co/SddAPV0S49
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Selecting a term
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