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A plan for housing and public safety

Anaheim residents, businesses, visitors and those across Southern California are watching an escalating homeless crisis dramatically affect neighborhoods, parks and other public recreation areas. Elected officials and county and city staff are hearing from residents and advocates alike from all over the region. And those voices are growing louder. At our last City Council meeting, […]
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