The city proposes to spend $ 800 million over each of the next two years on homeless services, likely as it has done in recent years, with no noticeable effect on removing homeless settlements. shelter from streets and parks. The moral and legal obstacle to the abolition of homeless camps is the lack of accommodation space for those withdrawn from the camps. $ 800 million would buy and supply 32,000 tiny cabins, more than enough to house all of San Francisco’s homeless people. The cabins and their services could be located on remote land owned by the city or rented. The city should provide them, then remove all homeless settlements from streets and parks.