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I have great respect for them and I have over the years,” Rosendahl said. “Of all the agencies, I couldn’t be happier (that PATH was selected) because they are comprehensive and citywide.Venice community members who are familiar with the efforts to address the vehicular living issue were also quick to offer praise to the new program manager. “My understanding is that they know how to provide comprehensive services and how to manage the different social service components necessary to make a program like that work.” David Ewing, a member of the Venice Action Alliance, which has advocated for implementing the safe parking program in conjunction with the oversize restrictions, also referred to the advantages of PATH’s extensive outreach.The Streets to Homes program has been proposed as local communities, particularly Venice, have looked to find solutions in recent years to an ongoing problem of RVs and other vehicles lining the streets for extended periods.After the California Coastal Commission has twice rejected permits for overnight parking restrictions in Venice, the Los Angeles City Council approved restrictions banning the overnight parking of so called “oversize” vehicles on city streets.
“I’m very optimistic that this program will get off the ground and go well.” Lucks agreed, saying, “If this can get a good number of people off the streets and into housing it’s a win as far as I’m concerned.” ————————- December 4, 2010 Re-intro A. 2706, protecting homeless against acts of violence Now more than ever, those that stand for civil rights for homeless individuals, are encouraged to send emails, letters, etc to request the newly elected Assembly re-intro legislation requesting amendment of the civil rights codes to include persons defined as homeless to fall under the same protections as other groups that are subjected to acts of hate, violence and abuse.  Bonnie Lowenthal from the 54th District (Long Beach, CA) authored the bill.As the chosen Streets to Homes service provider, PATH will work with the community, Rosendahl’s office, the Los Angeles Police Department and other agencies to evaluate and refine the program, according to LAHSA.A spokesperson for PATH was unavailable for comment on the selection.Referring to resident concerns about the location of the lots, Arnold has said the sites will be selected with community involvement.Now that a service provider has been determined, community leaders expressed encouragement as the Streets to Homes effort moves ahead as a way to resolve the local problem.