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Day Around the Bay: Tiny Homes for the Homeless Coming to Lots at Gough and Mission

  • The licensed tent “Village” on Goff Street near the mission is becoming a small home village for the homeless this fall. This will be San Francisco’s first experiment with a small house, or “cabin,” for use as a homeless home. [Chronicle]
  • Two people died in separate crashes in San Francisco over the weekend, one of whom was a cyclist. The cyclist probably rushed down Dolores Street and crashed into a parked car near 19th Street at around 10:40 pm on Saturday, killing him injured. Another crash was a 40-year-old woman driving a car that collided with a streetlight pillar near the corner of Alemani Boulevard and San Bruno Avenue around 2 am on Sunday. [Bay City News]
  • Men and women were found dead in a parked car in Pleasanton on Saturday, and they probably stayed there for about a week. The cause of death and other details are still unknown. [Pleasanton Weekly]
  • Last year’s experiments with homeless hotels around the Bay Area, which struck several obstacles and are now trying to eliminate, have resulted in significant improvements in the health of individuals who have lived all their time. [Bay Area News Group]
  • PG & E “cleared everything” on Monday afternoon, restoring power to North Bay residents who lost power in PSPS today. [ABC 7]
  • We have not yet reached the third quarter of a very violent year in Auckland. The city recorded its 100th murder in 2020, well on track with a total of more than 109 people. [KTVU]
  • A shooting investigation closed part of Alameda’s Park Avenue for several hours on Monday morning. [CBS SF]
  • The Jerry Garcia Amphitheater at McLaren Park reopened over the weekend after a $ 1.5 million refurbishment. [Hoodline]

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