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California’s Experiment Housing the Homeless Fails Miserably - Historic Hotel Trashed, City Must Pay Millions

Summary by The Western Journal
The city of San Francisco is likely to pay out $19.5 million over a claim of property damage stemming from the housing of homeless people in privately owned hotels during the pandemic. The settlement would end a lawsuit filed by the historic Hotel Whitcomb in April, KQED reported Friday. The city housed about 400 people in the hotel during “Project Roomkey,” an effort by the California Department of Social Services to mitigate the effects of the…

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