The City of Lexington has approved the relocation of its services for homeless persons. While the move has had some opposition from area businesses, the city’s Director of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention sees it as a major step forward, saying it will provide more convenience for service providers and clients and a higher quality of service.
Homelessness in Central Kentucky is our topic on this week’s Eastern Standard in this encore of a program originally aired on September 24, 2015.
- Charlie Lanter, Director of the Lexington Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention;
- Angela Evans, Lexington Councilmember, Sixth District;
- Ginny Ramsey, Director of Catholic Action Center, Lexington