Scott Adams has brought our attention to yet another attempt to solve the homeless crisis in California. This one is a crowdfunded effort with the ultimate goal being the construction of an entire city for the homeless, complete with a hospital, movie theater, parks, and an onsite hotel for visiting family members — essentially the same amenities as any city of 150,000 people would have.

The project is the brainchild of Citizens Again, and about those underground tunnels; according to the GoFundMe site set up for the project, those will be the means by which deliveries can be made and city workers can commute to job sites in order to “minimize disruption of citizen life.”

We just checked — it’s up to $670.

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