Already, 24 people who were living at the Sebastopol Road encampment moved into shelter and five moved into the Palms Inn, a former motel on Santa Rosa Avenue that now serves as 104 units of permanent supportive housing.
“Homeless Action will work to the maximum to get people registered who are not registered,” said Kathleen Finigan, a member of the local advocacy group.
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Sonoma County leaders have agreed not to shut down the large homeless encampment behind a southwest Santa Rosa Dollar Tree store until next Thursday, following a federal lawsuit from advocates trying to delay the move.
A county lawyer had offered the new April 19 date — more than two weeks later than originally planned — in a memo Friday to U. District Judge Vince Chhabria, who at a hearing in San Francisco the day before had directed county housing officials to consider postponing the closure of the Roseland tent village by three weeks.