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Shelter hopes to expand to 50 beds

 

December 9, 2021

Gordon Weeks

The nonprofit Community Lifeline has applied for an amendment to an existing conditional use permit to expand the number of beds from 35 to 50 at its homeless shelter in downtown Shelton.

A city hearings examiner is considering Community Lifeline's request to expand the capacity of its downtown Shelton shelter from 35 beds to 50.

On Monday evening, city hearings examiner Terrace McCarthy heard testimony from the City of Shelton, Community Lifeline board members and administrators, and neighboring residents about the shelter at 218 N. Third St.

The nonprofit is requesting an amendment to an existing conditional use permit to expand its bed capacity. The City of Shelton recommends approving the amendment, with conditions that include requiring an on-site member or volunteer on...



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