Zachary Coil

St. Joseph Center

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Division manager over Chronic Homeless Intervention Program at the St. Joseph Center in Venice and a licensed clinical social worker

Zachary Coil on KCRW

The police killing of an unarmed, homeless man has dramatized changes in Venice — once the home of "shabby chic," now rapidly gentrifying like the rest of the Westside.

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