Three years after LA tax payers approve $1.2 billion for homeless housing, not a single unit built yet
another amazing report by Michael Savage
aving made a deep financial commitment to create housing for some of its 27,000 unsheltered homeless people, Los Angeles is falling short in building new apartments to take thousands of people off the streets, a new study finds.
Nearly three years after city voters approved a $1.2 billion construction program over 10 years, the city has yet to see the first building completed.
(L.A. is run by criminal elements - mostly hispanic - like maryland (and now in virginia) all they do is troll government spending and make laws against taking government workers to court)