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Funding would be cut for at least 300 shelter beds in Seattle, as well as hygiene and support services.
About 65 homeless people move to a new location in the neighborhood where they’re guaranteed electricity, heat, and a roof over their heads.
On the two-year anniversary of the ‘state of emergency’ on homelessness, some question what’s changed.
The facility is designed to address drug addiction and the root causes of homelessness.
The judge also sounded skeptical note on the merits of the suit.
The Neighborhood Action Coalition is stepping up the fight against sweeps.
The authorized tent city has been happily settled in Interbay for almost two years.
The leftists who got Seattle to pass an income tax have turned to affordable housing and homelessness.
His draft proposal would help people avoid tickets and impounded vehicles in hopes of breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Activists are asking the Port and City Council to provide a new location for the authorized encampment in the neighborhood.
The city’s plan is to keep evicting homeless campers until they agree to enter the shelter system.
A new, unauthorized homeless camp is trying to get organized.
The Microsoft co-founder and Vulcan chair is partnering with Seattle and Mercy Housing Northwest.
At a Town Hall this morning, multiple commenters lamented Seattle’s tolerance of the homeless.
“Where are we supposed to ‘move along’ to?” asks RV camper Tsiago Cross.
Camp Second Chance is trying to raise $6,000 by April 15.
The plan would have raised $55 million a year for homeless services. He says he’s now in favor of a county-wide sales tax instead.
The August ballot measure would nearly double Seattle’s homelessness funding via property taxes.
The greenbelt shows some signs of improvement, but still suffers from neglect.
Last year, campers fled from the Jungle to the Field. Now they’re fleeing the Field.