The first homeless count since 2020 has revealed that homelessness in San Diego County has increased by nearly 10%. Bob McElroy, President & CEO of the Alpha Project for the Homeless, said 'In my 3½ decades, I've never seen it this bad.' Full Interview:
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The first homeless count in nearly two years has revealed that the homeless crisis in San Diego County has only worsened. The Study revealed that homelessness in San Diego County has increased nearly 10% since January 2020. Some parts of San Diego County like, Oceanside, are seeing higher numbers than that! Bob McElroy, President & CEO...
The Study revealed that homelessness in San Diego County has increased nearly 10% since January 2020.Some parts of San Diego County like, Oceanside, are seeing higher numbers than that!Bob McElroy, President & CEO of the Alpha Project for the Homeless, joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes to talk more on the rising homeless numbers and what needs to be done about it.
Later in the night Tamera Kohler, President & CEO of Regional Task Force on Homelessness, talked with KUSI’s Ginger Jeffries talked on the situation more.Read more: KUSI News »
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Did you ask where is the money going to? Millions are going to help the homeless with zero accountability. SanDiego Can we please include the medically compromised & disabled seniors who do not have a SUD or serious mental health diagnosis in these conversations? ageism Ableism You know, I often enjoy bashing ToddGloria and the democrats. But I genuinely feel sorry for him right now maybe I will cut him some slack…
It’s because every bum, drug addict, criminal, vagrant in the nation knows (they aLl have cell phones and organized communication skills) they can come to CA and not get in trouble or go to jail (for more than a few hours) & that residents of SD, LA, SF etc just accept it as is 10% ? ...i mean ...north county has 4 x as many homeless .and parked 'RVs' ....since covid begin. ..
It's not that hard, decrease rent prices, and put a hold on rent increases for 5 years. Has the city tried that? Just because wages have gone up doesn't mean cost of living has moved proportional to that. Give us 2-3 years, and we will be Portland. OKP has the crowd ☺️
San Diego County gas prices continue to climb ahead of Memorial Day weekend and summer -HILLCREST (KUSI) – The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose to within one-tenth of a cent of its record Wednesday, increasing 2 cents to $6.017. RELATED STORY: San Diego County gas prices continue to rise ahead of Memorial Day weekend Californians will be paying the highest Memorial Day gas prices ever, should... 81 million “Back up” Did they ever really stop the last 18 mos?
Despite more shelters, outreach, programs, homelessness on the rise in San Diego CountyThe annual count taken in February shows a 10 percent increase since January 2020 Wonder if this has to do with the ongoing housing shortage and massive housing cost spike we’ve seen over the last year 🤔 Maybe the homeless need homes, not shelters and outreach Thank you, Gary, for the ongoing account of such a complex issue.
Average San Diego County Gas Price Reaches Record High -SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose to a record Thursday, increasing six-tenths of a cent to $6.023, breaking the previous record of $6.018 set March 29. The average price has risen 16 of the past 17 days, increasing 24.4 cents, including 2 cents Wednesday, according to figures... 81 million Where’s our gas cards we were supposed to be getting to help with this nonsense?
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San Diego slashes new street vendor fee in response to backlashFee, which will be $38 instead of $230, is part of new law that limits where vendors can operate. Most of these vendors work for large wholesalers out of LA who will be paying these fees, not the actual vendors. So it’s those wealthy wholesalers who will be making out on this deal…