Boulders Placed at Cleared San Francisco Homeless Encampment

The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue, a place also known as Hairball, as a defense against homeless "re-encampment."

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The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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Chris Jewett / NBC Bay Area
The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue, also known as Hairball, as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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Chris Jewett / NBC Bay Area
The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue, also known as Hairball, as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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Chris Jewett / NBC Bay Area
The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue, also known as Hairball, as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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Chris Jewett / NBC Bay Area
The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue, also known as Hairball, as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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Chris Jewett / NBC Bay Area
The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue, also known as Hairball, as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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Chris Jewett / NBC Bay Area
The San Francisco Department of Public Works installed boulders at Cesar Chavez and Portero Avenue as a defense against homeless "re-encampment." (Dec. 20, 2017)
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