Concern regarding homeless housing during this COVID Winter continues to be a top priority for local activists.
Meanwhile, a proposal to lure poor souls outside of the downtown loop and resettle them near residential areas suffered a minor setback after community push back.
Nevertheless, our 2nd favorite college town offers a preview of a low-cost housing solution that will probably end horribly . . . Check-it . . .
LAWRENCE, Kan. - The City of Lawrence might have an answer to the increasing need in their homeless community. "How do you potentially build a temporary shelter for folks who may be in transition so it may lead to future opportunities down the road?" Derek Rogers, director of the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department, said.