With home prices in the Bay Area nearing seven figures, some who can't afford to live on land are settling down on the water, dropping anchor near cities like Sausalito, and living on Richardson Bay, rent-free.
The number of these so-called "anchor-outs" has doubled in recent years, and today more than 100 people comprise a community some liken to a floating homeless shelter.
Post by sevenofnine on Dec 2, 2019 17:02:58 GMT -5
Yup it is true this really dirty secrets about Cali libs in Sac-town that some people are living on floats they have no qualms it is true I put blame on Tech valley in Silcon valley for Frisco and Oaktown and some of the troubles transfer here in SO CAL TOO
Post by sevenofnine on Dec 3, 2019 17:43:41 GMT -5
Homeless crisis is not getting better hate to say this but thanks to other Yoga boy Eric Garcetti as LA Mayor as worst get his we going host both World cup soccer in 2022 and Olympics 2028 so Eric better get the city act together latest I hear he want tax people go on 405 freeway most infamous freeway in SO CAL they close down in 2009 when Caragaron when they told everybody stay home for construction that 50 hurs back in Summer month of July in heat go figure it connect to West LA to beaches tick off everybody in West LA
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Feb 25, 2019 14:05:45 GMT -5