WILMINGTON -- The City of Wilmington presented its ten-year plan Wednesday night to end chronic homelessness. A committee appointed by Mayor Bill Saffo has come up with a first draft of the plan. The committee said in a workshop Wednesday organizers need nearly $283,000 to fund the organizational portion of the plan. In the first phase the City would provide support services and permanent housing.
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