Apple homeless camp: San Jose closes contentious RV parking site

Less than three months after it opened as a haven for a handful of people displaced from a homeless encampment on Apple property, San Jose’s first city-sponsored safe RV parking site has been shuttered.

San Jose officials shut down the temporary site Sunday because they say that everyone who had been living there either left on their own or found other housing opportunities. The closure comes after months of protests and outcry from a group of nearby residents over safety concerns.

“The story to me is not about the closure of the site but the success of giving people a safe place as we transition them from their original location to

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