In 2007, Mario, far left, and Steve Inness, second from left in green, a volunteer with Food Not Bombs, dish up for themselves a free vegetarian meal offered by Food Not Bombs at Central Park in Davis. The meal was available to anyone, but mostly drew homeless residents. City officials say the homeless population has increased in the past few years and are considering a new tax to pay for services. The Sacramento Bee/Anne Chadwick Williams/ March 18, 2007 Anne Chadwick Williams Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
In 2007, Mario, far left, and Steve Inness, second from left in green, a volunteer with Food Not Bombs, dish up for themselves a free vegetarian meal offered by Food Not Bombs at Central Park in Davis. The meal was available to anyone, but mostly drew homeless residents. City officials say the homeless population has increased in the past few years and are considering a new tax to pay for services. The Sacramento Bee/Anne Chadwick Williams/ March 18, 2007 Anne Chadwick Williams Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Davis eyes new tax on homeowners to fund services for growing homeless population

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