Encampment at Sunnyvale Park Cleared Out

Crews cleared out an encampment Tuesday at a Sunnyvale park after the city gave a seven-day warning.

Advocates are now wondering what will happen to the unhoused people who were living at the encampment, especially as more cold and rainy weather is expected to hit the Bay Area.

Neighbors, for the most part, said the people who were living at the Lakewood Park encampment did not cause many problems. Up to nine people were staying at the location over the past few months and took up several picnic tables.

“I was advocating for it to be taken away,” neighbor Veronica Carter said. “But now that I see it put

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