Jennifer Hark Dietz

Executive Director at PATH

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Executive Director at PATH (People Assisting The Homeless).

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Homelessness in LA County dropped 3 percent from last year. Sounds like good news for Mayor Eric Garcetti, who wants to end homelessness by year 2028.

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Homelessness in LA County dropped 3 percent from last year. Sounds like good news for Mayor Eric Garcetti, who wants to end homelessness by year 2028.

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