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Let’s Put Pressure on City Hall to Call a State of Emergency on Homelessness

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Ed Lee still hasn’t signed the State of Emergency for homelessness yet. It’s been almost two weeks since we called him out on it, so now it’s time for the next step. Come out on Thursday to speak to the Board of Supervisors Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee. Here’s the info from the FB invite:


There is an emergency on the streets of San Francisco! And yet the Mayor and some other public officials are not convinced that we are in a state of Emergency. We need you to come out and share your stories and your perspective! #EDLEEITSANEMERGENCY

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Supervisor Campos’ legislation declaring a State of Emergency on Homelessness in San Francisco will be heard at the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee next Thursday March 24th at 3pm in City Hall Chambers.

Thursday March 24th
Neighborhood Services and Safety Committee
City Hall, room 250
2:30pm meeting start time. State of Emergency on Homelessness will be heard at approximately 3pm.

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