Some 1,200 children and young adults — from infants to 21-year-olds — are reported to be homeless in Santa Fe, and local high-schoolers wanted to know what city leaders planned to do about the issue.
That’s why the Santa Fe Homeless Youth Task Force organized a forum Wednesday morning at Capital High School featuring mayoral and City Council candidates. The candidates offered few specific solutions to the problem, but the students gathered at the event seemed to appreciate their input.
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Due to an editing error, the first reference to District 3 City Council candidate Marie Campos was dropped from an earlier online version of this story.