L.A. residents object to plans to convert landmark tower into homeless shelter

A businessman’s proposal to turn a Los Angeles landmark into a massive homeless shelter wasn’t well received by neighborhood residents during a meeting last month.
Anaheim businessman Bill Taormina suggested that the Sears Tower in the Boyle Heights neighborhood could be reborn as the “Los Angeles Life Rebuilding Center,” where up to 10,000 homeless people could stay and get access to health services, job training, immigration help and drug abuse diversion programs, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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