“There are 14 community benefit districts (CBDs) in San Francisco, which bring together neighbors, merchants, and local government entities to help improve the quality of life in a given , including , cleanliness of the streets and overall livability.

“But one neighborhood organization, the Lower Polk CBD, has been working tirelessly over the last few months to tackle quality-of-life issues for some of its most vulnerable neighbors: those without a home.

“In response to concerns from neighbors, the has hired two full-time trained in methodologies, as well as six full-time employees who help clean the street of feces and other debris.”

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