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“Supporting homelessness is a San Francisco value,”
said one of the Mayor’s assistants recently.
Great values bring great results.
BRITE member Alka Joshi writes on Nextdoor,
The T train will soon be filled with the homeless population commuting from the Tenderloin to the Bayview. In his effort to develop the Mid-Market area, Mayor Lee is proposing the relocation of homeless from the Tenderloin to a warehouse near MLK Pool, which attracts hundreds of children from San Francisco neighborhoods. If you'd like your voice to be heard before it's a done deal, please attend an important meeting this coming
Saturday, Oct. 26
10am - noon
Bayview Library Community Room
In an area already saturated with 22 facilities for low-income and homeless, 17 food pantries, and the highest number of sex offenders in SF, compassion is not the issue. The safety of our children and quality of their well-being is paramount. For example, how will the homeless get from this warehouse to the tourists with deep pockets? According to the Mayor, the T-Train makes is easier to justify the Southeastern location.