Public Forum 8/19/13: The People’s House Shelter Project

From Meg Martin at The People’s House:

Please join us for an informative presentation and discussion about the proposed shelter project and the ways in which it will affect our community. We welcome and encourage all viewpoints and must have diverse input in order to be successful.

When: Monday August 19th, 7-9pm
Where: St. Michael Parish,
1208 11th Ave SE,
Olympia, WA 98501
*Meeting to be held in the gathering place of the main church building*

To learn more about The People’s House, please visit our website: http://thepeopleshouseolympia.blogspot.com

For more details regarding the forum please call Meg Martin at 360-545-3176 or email thepeopleshouseolympia@gmail.com

3 Responses to “Public Forum 8/19/13: The People’s House Shelter Project”

  1. Researcher

    Read the initial proposal, from when InterFaith Works originally applied for the Water St. Location, before investors and developers of downtown spoke out against the People’s House here:

    http://olympiawa.gov/city-services/housing-social-service/CDBG%20RFP%20Program%20Year%202013/~/media/Files/CPD/CDBG/Forms/PY2013_CDBG_Applications/InterfaithWorks_PeoplesHouse_CDBGApplication.pdf

    I am making a list a questions regarding the proposal for the Monday, August 19th meeting, so that folks from Interfaith Works can tell us about their research into both the low barrier methodology (see Mission Statement, p.2), the perceived need (see Section 8), and the 24-hour public restroom concept (see section 9).

    It seems like the August 19th meeting at St. Mike’s will be a facade for the Eastside Neighborhood, that questions will be taken after the “presentation”, if there’s time, I’m sure.

    Let’s do our homework, bring documents with us, read the trail of literature, talk to neighbors about what we are learning about the project.

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  2. Ted Robinson

    If the Salvation Army passed on running this outrageous proposal, why does anyone think it will work? The Salvation Army has over 100 years experience with this very kind of problem in communities. There has to be rules or it absolutely will not work.

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