Hayward Tackles Homelessness with $28 Million in New Housing
Hayward city leaders plan to spend millions to help people in desperate need of housing. New apartments would go up on Depot Road near Chabot College. KPIX 5's John Ramos says the program has specific renters in mind. (10-4-18)

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