It’s been a quiet start to the new year for many people in Santa Monica, as the city has already started to welcome in the arrival of the Christmas season.
But this year is already proving to be a different story for many of the families that live in the Bora Bungalows.
Many have been unable to get their property for Christmas, while others have been left to struggle in the cold and damp.
We had some families that were left without a place to stay because there were no spaces available, so we’ve been helping to sort them out in the evenings, so they can get a place that they can live,” Ms O’Reilly said.”
But it’s just not enough.
We’ve had a lot of families that are in limbo.
“Many families have been told that they will have to pay for their own accommodation, and some have even had to turn to Airbnb to get into their homes.
In the meantime, Ms O-Reilly says the Bona Bungalow community is struggling to cope with a growing demand.”
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So, I think it’s going to take a little bit of time, and then hopefully, we’ll be back to normal.”
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