The city’s agenda includes a proposal to pick a site for a 90-day overnight sleeping pilot program. The site would allow no more than 15 people and campers may also be asked to remove all property by 7 a.m. so it doesn’t become a 24-hour site.
SLEEPS protestors say they’re glad to hear about this proposal and say it could be the start of something great.
“This can’t work without everybody. That’s why I’m so happy to see the city with these proposals and we can talk about it because it’s not going to work without us, the city, and the neighborhoods all working together,” said protester Tin Man.
The city council meeting is at 7:30 p.m. on Monday.