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Seattle Storm Prep: Shelter Options For People Who Are Homeless

by Ana Sofia Knauf Ansel Herz While some Seattleites busy themselves preparing disaster kits as rain and wind storms—and the resulting power outages—worsen, some of the city's 3,000 unhoused residents may be left exposed to the elements. From this afternoon's Seattle City Council meeting: .@Homeless2Housed director Alison Eisinger says the city was not adequately prepared to open extra shelter beds for this weekend's storms— Heidi Groover (@heidigroover) October 14, 2016 Eisinger: "We are in a state of emergency and facing the worst storm in 34 years.
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