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INCIDENT I CRIMINAL REPORT Alameda County Sherifrs Office Agency:
Locke Streets, Warwick Bookings essential Online www.abbeyoftheroses.com Ph 07 4661 9777 Self-guided history Tours of the Abbey 10:00am to 3:00pm (food available) Cost:
Route #4 - Fourth Street The route will extend three blocks west on Main and Market streets downtown, traveling south on Ninth Street instead of Sixth Street.
• Immediately move at least 1,000 people off the streets and into permanent supportive housing • Reform our homeless shelter system to increase capacity and improve rates of re-housing • Move as many people as possible off the streets by quickly expanding our navigation center system • Take advantage of our Small Site Acquisition program to move more people from the street and into housing • Bring all families and children in off the streets • Establish a Mental Health Justice Center to stop recycling homeless people in and out of jail • Create Universal Mental Health Care for all • Create15,000 units of affordable, workforce, and permanent supportive housing to move people off our streets and under a permanent roof • Protect at-risk tenants to keep people in their home • Create new tools to hold city government accountable to meeting district-specific criteria and benchmarks • Fix our broken system of supportive services • Do a top-to-bottom audit of homeless dollars to stop and prevent waste • Pass a comprehensive regional housing and homelessness bond measure • Make use of the $100 million dollars I secured as State Senator to create 400 units of permanent supportive housing • Leverage statewide connections to fund homeless resources 3 M A R K LE N O F O R M AY O R ENDING STREET HOMELESSNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO BY 2020 Over 7,000 homeless people live on San Francisco’s streets, in our shelters and jails, and in tents and public parks.
• Bringing heritage buildings back into use • Using creative writing to tell some of the myths and true stories that have shaped the Town Centre and the people of Stockton • Combining traditional and digital methods to reveal the hidden story of the Town's streets and buildings • Introducing local history into the design and material of street furniture, paving and lighting • Highlighting the heritage of the passenger railway using art (1825 Way Artwork) • Supporting the recently started works on 62 Dovecot Street in creating a new Digital City within a heritage building, planned to open in January 2013.