Veterans in Phoenix forced to move homeless camp off of state-owned property


By Raquel Cervantes
A camp for homeless veterans is being forced to move off the property they’ve been staying for the past several months.
The Arizona Department of Transportation posted a sign at the site near Loop 202 and Alma School Road saying that the area is state-owned property. ADOT officials gave the veterans a March 20 deadline to clear the property after notifying them on February 24.
Jeff Kagan, Veterans on Patrol resource director, said they were originally ordered to leave sooner, but the group asked for more time.
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