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Salvation Army’s Proposed Homeless Center in Dallas Addresses Area Needs

The Dallas News reports the Salvation Army’s new homeless center has passed first an initial challenge as the Dallas City Plan Commission has voted in favor of the project. The proposal will go to the Dallas City Council for a vote as soon as April.

The $95 million, 20-acre campus would provide over 600 beds and would address capacity issues for Dallas’ homeless. Nearby property owners are still expressing concerns over the center’s location. publishes every week.
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