Hundreds of residents join Tenderloin workers, and public officials for a parade to show they’re united for safer streets in the Tenderloin.
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Tenderloin Takes on Street Crime
Hundreds of Tenderloin residents joined local businesspeople and public officials Saturday for a parade to show they are united in working for safer streets. Organized by the Crime Abatement Committee of the Concerned Business Persons of the Tenderloin, the march on Eddy Street ended with speeches at Boedekker Park. The committee was formed in early 1984 through the office of Senator Milton Marks as an advisory group to help him address problems of crime, mental health and housing.