Natalie Komuro

Ascencia

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Executive director of Ascencia, which provides homeless services in South Glendale and Northeast LA, including many people living near the banks of the LA River

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Hundreds of homeless people are living in dangerous places, including storm channels that have been dry during years of drought but which could become raging torrents when the Niño…

Heavy Rains May Threaten Hundreds of LA's Homeless

Hundreds of homeless people are living in dangerous places, including storm channels that have been dry during years of drought but which could become raging torrents when the Niño…

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