State Again Taps Border Wall Company for COVID-19 Staffing | Homelessness Point-in-Time Count | Sacramento 'Active Transportation' for 2045 Carbon Neutrality
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A point in time count team is dispatched to the area near Loaves and Fishes, an area with a dense population of people experiencing homelessness.
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State again taps Trump border wall company for COVID-19 staffing amid omicron. A homelessness Point-in-Time Count is taking place for the first time since the pandemic. Sacramento discusses “active transportation” goals for 2045 carbon neutrality.