Dakota EcoGarden was founded by a retired schoolteacher who used her savings to buy and refurbish a house.
A straightforward solution to one of the biggest hardships of living on the street.
Some encampment residents will receive $3,000 to leave and stay away for a year.
Very few of the residents of a tent city have chosen to move into temporary shelters set up nearby.
Unless there’s a last-minute reprieve, the Haight Street drop-in center will shut down on Christmas Day.
Center offered homeless youth hot meals, showers, medical treatment and someone to talk to.
Federal suit says Albany’s plans to move residents from site would violate residents’ civil rights.
An encampment of about 60 people at one of the Bay’s quirkiest destinations could be evicted next month.