LA restaurant owner Angela Marsden asks: ‘Where are our tax dollars going?’ amid homeless crisis

After a third homeless person was found dead on the streets of an affluent LA community, one exasperated resident said the area has become a ‘third world city’ and asked California’s Democratic leadership: ‘Where are our tax dollars going?’

Angela Marsden, the owner of the Pineapple Hill Saloon and Grill in affluent Sherman Oaks, told Fox Los Angeles: ‘How do we normalize this? This isn’t normal to me, this is a woman, this is somebody’s daughter, sister, dead on the street.’ The woman’s death was the third this week of a homeless person in the area. 

An estimated 40,000 people are homeless in Los Angeles, a city of nearly 4 million. In Los Angeles County, the number is closer to 70,000 and is up four percent since 2020.

On the same day that the woman was found dead, LA Mayor Karen Bass told a conference that affluent residents in her city don’t care about homeless people and just want to see them moved on or arrested. Last year, Bass declared a state of emergency on…

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