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October 17, 2012 5:26 AM

Candlelight vigil in SLO on Tuesday night was to support homeless living in vehicles

San Luis Obispo City Council candidate Matt Strzepek held a candlelight vigil on the front steps of City Hall on Tuesday night to show support for people living in their vehicles on city streets. Strzepek lit 74 candles, which he said represented the 740 people who take shelter in their cars because they have nowhere else to go.

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