Apple spent millions, but it couldn’t pull these San Jose residents out of homelessness
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SAN JOSE, California — When Apple wanted to clear a large homeless encampment from its property last year, the tech giant didn’t just sweep everyone off the site — it spent millions of dollars to give dozens of people a nine-month motel stay and help them find housing. Now, that nine-month motel reprieve is set to expire Monday, and while the wealthy tech company’s efforts have helped permanently house eight people, more than three times that many were still awaiting placements days before the deadline. The situation, which has left multiple residents anxious about where they will go when the ...