Sacramento mayor has a $40.5 million plan to shelter nearly 800 homeless. But where?

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg recommended on Tuesday a $40.5 million proposal to fund 781 new shelter beds for two years, but not all of his colleagues on the City Council are on board The mayor’s plan recommends opening tent-like Sprung shelters at the Florin light rail station parking lot in Meadowview and at the Cal Expo property with 100 beds each, said Emily Halcon, the city’s homeless services coordinator who presented the proposal to the council at Steinberg’s request.

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