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1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA

Community redevelopment and homeless services in Covina

46,800 people live in this small city in the San Gabriel Valley, two dozen of them without permanent housing. That may not seem like a lot, especially by Los Angeles County standards, but what may make Covina unique is that … Continue reading

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1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA

bus riders vs. condo canyon

Sunyoung Yang joins us to talk about recent opposition by West side residents to an ambitious Bus Only Lane that will change the commute on Wilshire and encourage more people to get out of their cars and onto the MTA. … Continue reading

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1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA

The national homeless count

The Homeless count in Los Angeles County is done every two years and is headed by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), the lead agency in the county’s Continuum of Care. Two years ago when the count estimated that … Continue reading

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1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA

On this week’s show, we ride along with volunteers on part of the National Homeless Count from the City of Covina in the San Gabriel Valley. We also find out why  the community redevelopment agency in Covina is working to … Continue reading

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