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  • The homeless need for more public bathrooms

    Kevin Pierce, who is currently living in a clean and sober living facility, has been homeless for 15 years. He is at the library today to research housing options but says that he, like other people who are homeless, has used the Central Library for their bathrooms. He speaks about the problems the homeless face in meeting a basic human necessity, using the bathroom.

Kevin Pierce, who is currently living in a clean and sober living facility, has been homeless for 15 years. He is at the library today to research housing options but says that he, like other people who are homeless, has used the Central Library for their bathrooms. He speaks about the problems the homeless face in meeting a basic human necessity, using the bathroom. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
Kevin Pierce, who is currently living in a clean and sober living facility, has been homeless for 15 years. He is at the library today to research housing options but says that he, like other people who are homeless, has used the Central Library for their bathrooms. He speaks about the problems the homeless face in meeting a basic human necessity, using the bathroom. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee

With homeless using it as a bathroom, Central Library spends thousands on cleaning

May 18, 2017 06:15 PM

UPDATED October 17, 2017 02:16 PM

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