On a typical night at the Hope Center, mattresses are laid out on floors all over the building because of the shortage of beds at the emergency shelter on Loudon Avenue. Construction is expected to start in the fall on a $2 million building to relieve overcrowding.
On a typical night at the Hope Center, mattresses are laid out on floors all over the building because of the shortage of beds at the emergency shelter on Loudon Avenue. Construction is expected to start in the fall on a $2 million building to relieve overcrowding. © Mark Cornelison
On a typical night at the Hope Center, mattresses are laid out on floors all over the building because of the shortage of beds at the emergency shelter on Loudon Avenue. Construction is expected to start in the fall on a $2 million building to relieve overcrowding. © Mark Cornelison

New building would ease overcrowding at Hope Center

July 23, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED July 23, 2010 06:21 AM

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