Santa Cruz City Council reschedules the closure of a homeless camp at River Street and Highway 1.
This time it’s set for April 17, and it’s supposed to coincide with the reopening of the nearby 1220 River Street homeless camp. The city also pinpoints six sites for another homeless camp, which will be discussed at a special March 19 meeting. We visit the current camp and talk with homeless people about conditions there, and possible solutions.
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Kara Meyberg Guzman is the CEO and co-founder of Santa Cruz Local. Prior to Santa Cruz Local, she served as the Santa Cruz Sentinel’s managing editor. She has a biology degree from Stanford University and lives in Santa Cruz.