Dallas still years away from having supportive housing for the homeless built

Eighteen months after Dallas voters approved a $20 million bond to build supportive housing for the homeless, the city is still far from getting anything built.

On Wednesday, the city's Office of Homeless Solutions unveiled six possible sites to build 1,000 units for the homeless.

But city councilmembers felt the sites were not acceptable because they continued to be in high crime sections of the city.

Councilman Adam McGough said the plan lacks innovation and collaboration.

The Office of Homeless Solutions said the city is still at least two years away from having any projects move-in ready.