SF Homeless Camp Costs $60,000 Per Tent A Year!

The news comes as San Francisco mulls renewing the program, which could cost about $57,000 per tent. There are currently about 260 tents, the report notes. The city is paying "about twice the median cost of a one-bedroom apartment for each tent", the report says. And the encampment is being funded by a 2018 business tax known as Proposition C.

The city is expecting to spend more than $1 billion over the next two years on homelessness. Mayor Breed calls it a “historic investment," according to the SF Chronicle. Supervisor Hillary Ronen said at a budget meeting: “It is a big deal to have showers and bathrooms, and I don’t dispute that. But the cost just doesn’t make any sense.”

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