In San Francisco, 25 public bathrooms were added, at a cost of $200,000 each, to help with the effort.
So Who do you THINK if you CAN Got the Contract to build the Bathrooms
A Toilet an Sink 4 small walls and a Roof - Floor Oh Yeah a Door
AT $200,000 each X 25
California homeless crisis: San Francisco tackles costly waste problem with 'poop patrol'
As California grapples with a growing homeless population, human waste and trash-strewn streets are being blamed for declining in tourism in San Francisco and illness in Los Angeles.
The homeless crisis is growing in Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento and San Francisco, despite the state pouring billions of dollars into cleanup efforts. Homelessness in Los Angeles County has spiked by 12 percent over the past year, and the area has the nation’s largest outdoor homeless population.
“For every one person that becomes housed, two people fall into homelessness," Jamie Almanza, the executive director of Bay Area Community Services, said last week during a panel discussion at the Commonwealth Club of California. "Now, with the new data, it's for every one person housed, three people fall into homelessness."