Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says he remains committed to ending veteran homelessness despite the passing of two deadlines to do so. He recently launched a new plan to build 10,000 units of housing for the homeless, including veterans, and he has the help of a voter-approved 1/4-cent sales tax to help fund this project.
The Los Angeles Times writes that the mayor initially vowed to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. He has made progress toward that goal, but found himself extending the deadline for last summer. And now that deadline has passed.
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