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Citizen Outreach for Operation Healthy Streets – Feb. 9th-19th

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Skid Row Restroom Survey 7-30-14

This survey was done to check on the facilities listed from the most recent Operation Healthy Streets Budget which you can read HERE. This survey was conducted specifically to give the Mayor’s Office a Skid Row resident’s perspective.

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LAPD Community Forum Meeting At L.A. Mission In Skid Row

LAPD Community Forum Meeting At L.A. Mission. Representatives of the Los Angeles Police Department, Neighborhood City Prosecutor’s Office, and L.A. County Probation Department met with Skid Row community activists and residents to discuss issues such as the Operation Healthy Streets, … Continue reading

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Skid Row trash can update for 7/6/14

Good news on the trash can front. “The Bottoms” as it is referred to- the area around San Julian St. & 5th- has seen a tremendous increase in serviced trash cans in the last year and a half! The placement … Continue reading

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WASH ME (Water Article 3) by Tom Grode

Wash me in Spanish is lava mae. Lava Mae is the name for a San Francisco community effort to serve the homeless population of San Francisco by offering mobile showers and bathrooms. Lava Mae was birthed from an epiphany experienced … Continue reading

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The Water Articles by Tom Grode

Water. The human body is composed mainly of water. Water. A Japanese scientist conducted an experiment and discovered a water molecule subjected to discordant sounds and harsh words results in murky color and jagged edges while a water molecule subjected … Continue reading

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Operation Healthy Streets Public Forum / Jan. 23rd. 6-7:30pm

Councilman Huizar’s office will host this meeting, at which community members are encouraged to hear an update from the City’s Bureau of Sanitation and share ideas about how Operation Healthy Streets might be improved. What: Operation Healthy Streets public forum … Continue reading

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