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Christine Wade found a haven in the tent she shared with six children, pitched in an asphalt parking lot.A tent, of course, is not a home.For now, San Diego again is turning to tents.Most of the homeless, like the Wade family, did not migrate to San Diego to live on the streets but are local residents who became homeless in a city where rents increased nearly 8 percent in a year.r Father Joe's Villages is working on a $531 million plan to take about 2,700 people off the streets through new construction or by refurbishing motels over the next five years.
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