“There’s a new influx of transients in midtown who are not being well managed because they’re not being provided services during key hours,” said Emily Baime Michaels (pictured), head of the midtown business group. “And the general comments we’re receiving is that people feel unsafe as a result of the activity.”
“There’s a new influx of transients in midtown who are not being well managed because they’re not being provided services during key hours,” said Emily Baime Michaels (pictured), head of the midtown business group. “And the general comments we’re receiving is that people feel unsafe as a result of the activity.” SC IRWIN
“There’s a new influx of transients in midtown who are not being well managed because they’re not being provided services during key hours,” said Emily Baime Michaels (pictured), head of the midtown business group. “And the general comments we’re receiving is that people feel unsafe as a result of the activity.” SC IRWIN
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Group aiding homeless youths gets pushback in midtown

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