“Grey space” creates issues in homeless camps in Albuquerque

“My wife and I wanted to go on a property sale and we live over on the West Side, so we drove east on Interstate 40 and of course we could see the black smoke rising straight away,” said Scott Hebner.

Local businesses are reporting growing numbers of homeless people.

“It’s always a problem because nobody wants to go to a restaurant where you’re being bombarded by people asking for money or pestering people in general,” said Javier Rocha, manager of DH Lescombes Winery & Bistro.

Albuquerque city officials said people concerned about activity in the area can call 311 to file a report.

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