POLL: Should squatters be evicted from Golden Gate Park?

City officials have launched a campaign to evict dozens of people who have made Golden Gate Park their home. Teams of police officers, park employees and homeless outreach workers have been removing homeless encampments and helping squatters move into shelters or leave town.

The goal is “to solve problems, as opposed to eliminating an eyesore,” Mayor Gavin Newsom said.

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