Several Downtown business owners said Frank Suryan Jr.’s involvement ups the chances of the Angels move—though most acknowledge the significant financial and regulatory hurdles that are still unresolved.
"A society that can’t provide housing for everyone—and particularly for children, elders, veterans, and people struggling with mental illness—is failing in a profound way," Brezenoff said.
Every other year (that's what biennial means), volunteers in Long Beach wake up before the crack of dawn to canvass the city and count and survey people experiencing homelessness.
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