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Salvation Army Proposed Homeless Center in Dallas Faces Another Delay

The Dallas News reports the Salvation Army’s proposed $95 million, 20-acre campus for homeless in northwest Dallas is facing another delay.

Area businesses have opposed the project and have requested the zoning case be delayed for four or more weeks. The zoning case was scheduled for the week of April 8 before the Dallas City Council.

Negotiations are ongoing between the Salvation Army and opponents of the new homeless center. publishes every week.
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