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Bertani talks Destiny Place at town meeting
2 homeless meeting 1 Rick Wood speaks during a town hall meeting addressing homelessness at the Fairfield City Council chamber, Saturday. Councilwoman Pam Bertani responded to questions on her proposed solution to homelessness. (Aaron Rosenblatt/Daily Republic)
FAIRFIELD — Councilwoman Pam Bertani fielded questions Saturday at a town hall meeting on her proposed solution to homelessness – Destiny Place.

Bertani posed the first question during the morning session to the 20 people who gathered in the City Council chamber.

"Can we agree that living on the streets in unacceptable," she asked.

The majority of people agreed that living outside on the streets was not acceptable. Being forced to go somewhere to stay was not acceptable, either, for some.



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