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Fourth time’s a charm: Water board OKs San Jose waterway plan

The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board has green lit San Jose’s plan through 2027 to tackle homeless encampment trash going into city waterways — further ensuring the city’s compliance with environmental regulations. Deputy City Manager Kip Harkness said at a Monday San Jose City Council meeting that the city is going to stop the endless cycle of cleaning up trash indefinitely by moving homeless residents off the waterways and blocking the area with barriers and signage. As more housing becomes available, they will move more residents off the waterways, he said. “I think of it a little…

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