— When the new home of a homeless man in Newport, California, opens, it will be a sign to all the people living in its corridors, not just the homeless man.
“I’m here, and I’m happy,” said the man, who asked to remain anonymous.
I’m glad to be here, he said.
He wants to help people.
I’m happy to be there, he added.
He wanted to be a part of the community and I want to be part of it.
He said he hopes to stay for a while, and that when he does, he’ll bring his children and family to the apartment.
The Newport man’s home is not the only place in the city where people with nowhere to live can find safety and a place to stay.
At least 13 other homeless people in Newport are sharing their homes with other people who need a place.
For the last week, there have been more than 1,500 people sharing homes in Newport with people who don’t have much money to pay rent, or who don\’t have a place in their area to live, according to the city’s homelessness czar.
While the number of homeless people living with their families in Newport has dropped dramatically, the numbers are still higher than the city has seen in years, according a city report.
The report said that, since the end of August, Newport has seen a total of 1,715 people, or roughly 30 percent, share a home with other homeless.
That compares to 1,250 people, a third, living in Newport at the same time.
Some of the other housing that people have shared with other guests are in hotels, but they are being rented out.
There are no plans to turn the homes into hotels, the city\’s homelessness czaro, David Estrada, told reporters.
Some of these people have been sharing their home with others for several months, and they are now living in a room with a bed in a motel, he explained.
That was the only option, he told reporters after the announcement was made Friday.
The housing developments have helped people move into housing, but many people are still on the streets.
Many people have nowhere else to go, Estradas said.
The city is still looking at ways to make the developments more permanent, he warned.
The city has offered to cover the cost of a home rental for people living on the street, Echrezada said.