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Good news! After a week, the IBM techs may have discovered the website problem and I'll be working on it after Gibran and I sit down to record a pod this afternoon.
NEW POD: SacTown Talks by The Nooner (Gibran Maciel and Scott Lay): Noel Kammermann, executive director of Loaves and Fishes (2019-11-26) [YouTube | iTunes | Simplecast]
If you like the podcast and want to help address California's homeless population through a beloved Sacramento institution, donate today at www.sacloaves.org/donate.
As Noel told us, they get lots of people wanting to help serve meals this week (they served 1,000 on Tuesday!), although the "giving" holiday is only the beginning of the cold, wet season that threatens the lives of a disgustingly increasing homeless population. And, as I wrote yesterday, Sacramento actually has fewer shelter beds this year and no cold weather shelters. While Mayor Darrell Steinberg called on each councilmember to identify a shelter location in their district, only the downtown one (old Capitol Plaza SRO "Hotel" coordinated by Steve Hansen is up-and-running. It's an embarrassment and outrage.
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