Three Years And Zero Homeless Housing Units Later, LA’s Auditor Looks At Prop HHH Money

By LAist Staff

Homeless encampments in Koreatown, photographed June 29, 2019. (James Bernal for LAist)

The city of Los Angeles is spending more taxpayer money than expected to build fewer apartments for the homeless. That’s the conclusion of a new audit of Proposition HHH, the 2016 bond measure that was intended to fund 10,000 new units of supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness.

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