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War Brewing Over New Homeless Sites – Story | Utah | Good4Utah

SOUTH SALT LAKE (ABC4 Utah) South Salt Lake city officials basically declared war Monday against the county and the state over a new homeless resource center that could come to their city. South Salt Lake Fighting Back Source: War Brewing Over New Homeless Sites - Story | Utah | Good4Utah

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South Salt Lake officials: We’re too small, too poor to support county’s homeless shelter | The Salt Lake Tribune

  South Salt Lake doesn't have what it takes to support a homeless shelter, its mayor and others argued Monday.That's proven by "simple math," according to a news release: South Salt Lake is Salt Lake County's second-least-populated city and has its lowest median income."We simply cannot provide the resources to support a safe and productive shelter," said Mayor Cherie Wood in the release. Source: South Salt Lake officials: We're too small, too poor to support county's homeless shelter | The Salt Lake Tribune

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SLCO residents vent over new homeless shelter | fox13now.com

SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah -- A room was packed with hundreds of citizens, mostly from South Salt Lake and West Valley City, who were worried about five proposed homeless shelter sites in Salt Lake County.Only one location would be picked for the new homeless site, but all five locations sparked anger in the community. Source: SLCO residents vent over new homeless shelter | fox13now.com

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South Salt Lake, West Valley mayors stand firm against homeless shelter plan | Deseret News

SOUTH SALT LAKE — Leaders of South Salt Lake and West Valley City are fighting tooth and nail against the possibility that Salt Lake County's third homeless resource center could be built in one of their communities. Mayors of both cities on Monday — the day before the first public workshop was slated to take place — listed a slew of reasons why the up-to-300-bed shelter shouldn't land in their cities, with two potential sites in South Salt Lake and three in West Valley City. "I will fight it," said South Salt Lake Mayor Cherie Wood, who held a news conference with other city leaders and residents at Woodrow Wilson Elementary. Source: South Salt Lake, West Valley mayors stand firm against homeless shelter plan | Deseret News

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