LIHI encampments find residents permanent homes

The three City of Seattle-authorized homeless encampments, that were established as a result of the City’s March ordinance that permitted three encampments on City or private land, have successfully moved 57 encampment residents into transitional and permanent housing and assisted 40 residents in obtaining jobs. Nonprofit organization Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) operates the encampments, […]

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Urban Rest Stop comes under fire

The people behind a proposed low income housing development in Ballard quickly lost control of a community meeting Wednesday night as residents demanded answers about plans to bring an Urban Rest Stop to the neighborhood. Instead of starting with a formal presentation on the design of the building, organizers were forced to scrap their agenda […]

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