Mike Arnold

Executive Director, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

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Executive Director of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), a joint-powers agency of the City and County Government

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A long-running dispute flared up again last week after a neighborhood watch captain claimed she saw a woman passenger in a large camper dispose of human waste in a gutter.

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A long-running dispute flared up again last week after a neighborhood watch captain claimed she saw a woman passenger in a large camper dispose of human waste in a gutter.

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Despite the economic recession, the number of homeless people in LA County has dropped by 38%.  In 2007, the count was 68,000;  this year it's put at 43,000 .

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