Residents protest Tustin's plan to open a homeless shelter near Heritage Elementary
Residents protest against the decision to create a temporary homeless shelter at the intersection of Valencia Ave and Red Hill Ave on Thursday, November 1, 2018 in Tustin, Calif. Tustin faces a nail-biting deadline: Come up with a 50-bed shelter by mid-February, or allow homeless people to set up camp in public areas, officials said.
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