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Editorial: If the homeless can't have their tiny houses, what can they have?

Editorial: If the homeless can't have their tiny houses, what can they have?

 
 

Editorial: If the homeless can't have their tiny houses, what can they have?

By The Times Editorial Board - Contact Reporter, 3/10/16

When Los Angeles city sanitation workers hauled away three so-called tiny houses — brightly painted wooden structures the size of garden sheds — from a South LA sidewalk like bulky trash, the action understandably caused an outcry. Despite their size and the absence of such basic amenities as plumbing and heating, the solar-powered houses had been quickly embraced by homeless people as an alternative to sleeping in a shelter or on a street. Another eight structures were taken away by the builder, who'd raised money for the project from like minded donors sympathetic to the plight of homeless people. The endeavor seemed enterprising and came at no direct cost to a city struggling to house more than 25,000 homeless people in a county with 44,000 homeless.

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