In the brush along the railroad tracks between Riverside Park and the West Terry Street railroad crossing, small homeless camps are visible about every 25 feet. Under the tight canopies of Brazilian pepper trees, there are bottles of shampoo and soap, plastic crates for sitting, beer bottles, torn blankets, and discarded food containers.

Photo by Matt Herrick, Banner

In the brush along the railroad tracks between Riverside Park and the West Terry Street railroad crossing, small homeless camps are visible about every 25 feet. Under the tight canopies of Brazilian pepper trees, there are bottles of shampoo and soap, plastic crates for sitting, beer bottles, torn blankets, and discarded food containers.

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