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Shelter-bed increase came with conditions

When a city hearing examiner last week gave Community Lifeline permission to increase the number of beds from 35 to 54 at its downtown Shelton shelter, the approval came with a slew of conditions.

No one has filed an appeal of the hearing examiner's decision. Friday is the deadline.

Community Lifeline is required to comply with city ordinances and codes, including building, plumbing and fire codes. Before receiving the certificate of occupancy for a 54-bed capacity, Community Lifeline must secure permitting from the city's building official and fire marshal for required changes to the facility...

 

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