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Tag: Homeless Services Facility

Urban Politics #188: Providing A Downtown Center For Homeless People

November 15th, 2004

In the 2005 – 2006 budget, the Mayor included $3.2 million in funding for a new City-owned hygiene and homeless services facility co-located with Fire Station 10, the Fire Alarm Center and Emergency Operations Center at 4th or 5th, Yesler and Washington (“proposed site”). $1.9 million in funding is provided in 2005.