The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a pilot program last week that would pay county homeowners up to $75,000 to build a second dwelling on their property to house homeless people.
We wondered what Valley residents thought of the idea, which was one of 47 strategies introduced last year by Los Angeles County aimed at reducing homelessness.
Here are the results of a GV Wire poll that attracted 33 respondents:
- 15% said that Fresno County homeowners should be paid to house the homeless.
- 60% said that they would need to know more before answering the question.
- And 25% said, “No way.”
Thanks for participating.
We will have a new poll for you Wednesday.