The Homeless

November 28, 2017 4:30 PM

After winter shelter closes in North Sacramento, where will 200 homeless people go?

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  • Moving in out of the cold

    The first 50 of about 200 homeless people who will occupy a winter shelter on Railroad Drive in North Sacramento arrived Friday, Dec. 8. The shelter has sparked controversy among nearby residents and business owners.