Group home for homeless veterans approved
A proposed group home for homeless military veterans recovering from substance abuse will not have to seek special permitting from the city, and can open anytime they see fit.
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#1 Oct 13, 2013
Wonder how they will monitor this? Just throwing a bunch of substance abusers together seems like a reciept for problems. There are those who are homeless by CHOICE simply because they do not want to live by the same standards as the rest of society. To give those kind of people "three hots and a cot" is just a waste of scarce resources. Lets hope that the residents of this home are truely seeking a way out of their former lives and not just another handout so they can continue their own ways.
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