MARCH 8, 2018 | ELIJAH CHILAND
If election results can be used as evidence, Los Angeles residents support development of new housing for the city’s growing homeless population. In 2016, a ballot measure approving $1.2 billion to pay for affordable housing construction passed with more than 75 percent of the vote.
But do residents want to see that new housing rise in their own neighborhoods? The results of a new poll commissioned by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles suggest that, in fact, they do.
Angelenos continue to step up as willing partners in the fight to end homelessness — one person at a time!