Homeless plan before council

THE STANTON CITY COUNCIL will consider a pilot program to addresss homelessness at its meeting on Tuesday night (Shutterstock).

A new program to address homelessness and public safety issues  will go before the Stanton City Council for approval when it meets on Tuesday.

The proposed six-month program would put together a “fully-staffed, dedicated team of homeless outreach coordination, code enforcement and law enforcement [personnel] to focus on homeless support services, public safety and quality of life issues,” according to the agenda for the Nov. 8 meeting.

The council will meet in its chambers at City Hall, 7800 Katella Ave., at 6:30 p.m.

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