Supes approve multi-agency approach to aid residents in Agua Dulce RV park
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted Tuesday to initiate support for the residents of Cali Lake RV Resort, as tenants fear being displaced from their community.
The motion, written by Supervisor Kathryn Barger, 5th District, directs every relevant county department and the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority to explore housing options as well as programs and services, including finding new RVs for residents with older models who are interested in relocating to a nearby RV park.
“I think it’s important because when you have two young children come to the board and their fear is that they’re going to be homeless, and they were homeless,” Barger said. “And they now feel stability — they’re in school, they feel safe… It’s really for important…