Austin’s homeless residents left with nowhere to go amid camping crackdown

Months after Austin voters reinstated the city’s public camping ban, authorities are clearing many of the largest encampments. Their former residents are going “anywhere it’s safe and out of sight, out of mind,” one man said.

By Joshua Fechter, The Texas Tribune
Posted 10/6/21

By the time city crews demolished Austin’s most prominent homeless encampment, Dominek Palmer and her husband, Charles Taylor, had already tried to leave. Two weeks ago ...

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