By Elizabeth Chou | [email protected] | Daily NewsPUBLISHED: August 6, 2018 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: August 6, 2018 at 6:00 am Denizens of a large homeless encampment under a Sun Valley bridge that caught fire last month have been bracing for the day city officials come tell them to pick up their things and leave. “I know they are going to come sooner or later,” said 24-year-old Maria Rosales, who has been living under the bridge in an encampment that she described as “the trenches.” That day could come later this month, when sanitation crews are expected to visit the area, at San Fernando Road near Sheldon Street, to clear away several tons of illegally dumped concrete and demolition materials above the bridge. The clean-up had been scheduled before the debris fire on July 26, and is not related to the encampment, Los Angeles city public works officials said. RELATED STORY: Fire demolishes homeless encampment under San Fernando Road bridge near Sun Valley But while they are there, sanitation crews were also supposed to begin the process for cleaning up the encampments. This involves giving people notice that they they need to dismantle their tents and makeshift shelters, and take… Read full this story
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