City of Shoreline posts answers to community questions about the North King County Enhanced Shelter

Monday, October 5, 2020

Site of planned North King County
Enhanced Shelter on Aurora


The answers to all of the questions submitted through the Q/A feature from the September 22, 2020 community meeting on the North King County Enhanced Shelter have been posted to the project page on the City's website.

View HERE

The North King County Enhanced Shelter will be located in what was previously Arden Rehab / The Oaks at Forest Bay at 16357 Aurora Ave N.



1 comments:

Anonymous,  October 6, 2020 at 10:17 AM  

Two comments:
I can only assume that no one from the city council has taken the time to drive around the urban wasteland that has now developed around GLA in Lake City. It’s hardly a ringing endorsement of GLAs contribution to our neighborhoods.
And this answer could win a prize for obfuscation wrt increased police needs….
Q: Have other programs run by Lake City Partners experienced increased police and fire response needs? Or received any feedback from neighbors?
A: Prior to the opening of Lake City Partner’s Day Center, GLA, firefighters in Lake City approached Lake City Partners about a gentleman living on the street for whom emergency services had been called 27 times in a period of 30 days. Lake City Partners identified this person as one of the most vulnerable and ensured that he was on the top of their list to get into housing. After GLA was opened, Lake City Partners did not receive any more complaints from the fire department.

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