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Staff — some recently homeless themselves — welcome first overnighters to converted Thane warehouse.
Objections voiced about shortcomings at planned site, lack of input by affected agencies and people.
Resident near Mill Campground says illegal activity surged, worries about same as shelter opens.
Use of former warehouse south of downtown criticized by pastor of church hosting shelter last year.
Church votes 25-24 on third try to host winter warming shelter — but Mount Jumbo Gym may be used instead
St. Vincent de Paul in talks with city about Douglas gym as Resurrection Lutheran remains divided.
Temporary option in discussion as city faces no prospects to host winter warming shelter.
ANCHORAGE — An unfunded proposal by Anchorage’s mayor to pay for plane tickets to warmer climates for homeless people who would otherwise be forced to… Continue reading
Cabaret show at the Glory Hall an appreciative exchange between musicians, staff and audience.
Annual gifts and meals for Juneau’s struggling continue their traditions, but limited by high demand
Mill Campground at or past capacity this year, but occupants and staff say communal spirit persists
The event is open to all who purchase a ticket online.
Long-term planning is the game now.
People will be able to shelter in Centennial Hall during the day.
Living in tightly packed shelters, with less access to medicine and protection, Juneau residents experiencing homelessness are some of the most vulnerable members of the… Continue reading