Solusi \’pengangguran\’ di California adalah kesepakatan senilai $1 miliar untuk 1.200 rumah kecil yang mungkin bahkan tidak dilengkapi dengan kamar mandi

tiny-home communities for the homeless. The lack of progress in some regions highlights the difficulties in navigating bureaucratic processes, securing suitable locations, and obtaining necessary funding for the initiative.

Despite these challenges, some cities like San José have been able to move forward quickly with their plans to build tiny-home communities. By utilizing local funds and securing community support, they have been able to open hundreds of tiny homes and plan for even more in the future. However, the success of these cities stands in stark contrast to the delays and setbacks faced by others.

Ultimately, the success of Gov. Newsom’s $1 billion initiative to build tiny homes for the homeless will depend on the ability of cities and counties to overcome these obstacles and effectively implement the program. As the state and local governments continue to work towards this goal, it is crucial that they prioritize the needs of the homeless population and ensure that supportive services are in place to help individuals find stability and long-term housing solutions.

MEMBACA  Saham \'tidak akan bergerak\' selama dekade mendatang karena inflasi tetap tinggi dan utang AS melonjak, kata CIO