Fresno Madera Continuum of Care says city of Fresno’s ‘sit, lie, sleep’ ordinance criminalizes homelessness, jeopardizes federal funding
Fresno Madera Continuum of Care Board Members say city of Fresno’s “sit, lie, sleep” ordinance criminalizes homelessness and jeopardizes federal funding.
Fresno County Supervisors vote to donate trailers; OK resolution backing statewide plan addressing homelessness
On Tuesday, the Fresno County Supervisors voted to donate 23 county-owned travel trailers to organizations that serve homeless individuals and adopted a resolution supporting a statewide plan to address homelessness.
Proposed Fresno law would prohibit homeless from blocking sidewalks for public safety, but some say the move would criminalize homelessness.
Fresno County supervisors to scrap trailer housing plan for remodeling Poverello House kitchen instead
Fresno County Supervisors will likely reallocate $1 million in federal relief funds after a contractor wasn’t able to relocate transitional housing trailers to sites that met zoning requirements.
Madera County Supervisor concerned about ‘enabling’ and ‘transients’ following presentation of homelessness strategic plan
At its Tuesday meeting, the Madera County Board of Supervisors received a presentation on the county’s homelessness strategic plan, which was met with concerns from Supervisor David Rogers about ‘enabling’ drug use and ‘transients’ from Fresno and Merced.
Five months ago, Fresno closed the Valley’s only youth homeless shelter. Fresno’s governmental and educational entities haven’t discussed concrete ways to replace it
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