Jump to content
  • Miami considering plan to move homeless people to camp on island in Biscayne Bay

    606299 origin 1
    606299 origin 1
    Published by
    Miami Herald

    MIAMI — Miami’s city government is studying the possibility of taking people experiencing homelessness off the streets and moving them to a city-sponsored encampment on Virginia Key. Commissioners on Thursday will discuss a list of five locations where the city could build a “transition zone” that would include temporary shelters and access to social services for people living on the street. Commissioners have for years debated how to address homelessness in Miami. In recent years, the city has taken steps to make it harder for people to live in public spaces, outside of a shelter. The latest …

    Read More

    View the full article

    User Feedback

    Recommended Comments

    There are no comments to display.

  • Create New...