Gainesville's homeless services center on hold againGainesville commissioners voted to rezone a warehouse to allow a homeless services center, which would provide meals, counseling, job training, housing assistance, showers and limited medical services.
But they also seemed to be in agreement that the warehouse isn't the best location for the center and directed the city attorney to "go slow" with the next step of the process, which is drafting an ordinance for the land use, while the city considers alternative locations.
The one-stop center is the top priority in the city and county 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness. In the past three years, the project has met repeated delays, mostly involving the selection of a site.
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