On Tuesday, the City of Antioch will discuss whether to dissolve its Homeless Encampment Ad-hoc Committee or from a new ad-hoc committee with a different goal or create a standing committee.
This committee was created last April with Mayor Pro Tem Joy Motts and Lamar Thorpe who worked this past year to gather information from community stakeholders to create immediate, short-term and long-term homeless solutions for the City of Antioch.
The committee also hosted a series of community meetings which resulted in the creation of a homeless and housing services, the hiring of a unhoused resident consultant, and worked with the state to bring 5 FEMA trailers to the city to house homeless. In total, the committee has worked to ensure $617k is available for homeless services.
According to the Staff Report, the council will determine if the committee should be dissolved or create a standing committee.
If You Go:
Antioch City Council Meeting
March 24, 2020 at 7:00 PM
Place: The City of Antioch, in response to the Executive Order of the Governor and the Order of the Health Officer of Contra Costa County concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease, is making Antioch City Council meetings available via Comcast channel 24, AT&T U-verse channel 99, or live stream (at www.antiochca.gov).
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