Rezoning the One Stop Homeless Center
It could become a home base for agencies that provide services to the homeless, or it may have to seek shelter elsewhere. The fate of a proposed homeless one stop center will be decided tomorrow by gainesville city commissioners. The commissioners will vote on a proposal to rezone a piece of property on north main terrace that would allow them to renovate an abandoned warehouse into a Homeless One Stop Center. WCJB reporter David Hamilton explains why not everyone in the downtown area is accepting the idea of the center with open arms.
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