REPORT: Governor vows to open shelter for homeless after camps in city cleaned up
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) on Thursday announced that the state would be opening a temporary shelter to house the homeless outside Austin after the cleaning up of camps in the city sparked backlash.
The Associated Press reports Abbott said the 5-acre camp will be located 3 miles outside Austin on state land near the airport.
The article goes on to state the following:
The camp will have portable restrooms, hand washing stations and local charities will provide food multiple times during the day, John Wittman, a spokesman for Abbott, told the news outlet.
A coalition called @atxhelps wants to raise $14 million to build and operate a new temporary #homeless shelter. Construction could start by early 2020, but first about an acre of land in downtown is needed. @KoskionFOX7 reports: https://t.co/Zl5buR4bdQ
— FOX 7 Austin (@fox7austin) November 8, 2019
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