People wait outside the New Hope Resource Center in downtown Puyallup after the center was closed in March. Under a plan lobbied through a Pierce County homeless aid allocation committee, New Hope Resources Center would get $75,000 in Pierce County funds on the condition that it moves from its 414 Spring St. quarters.
People wait outside the New Hope Resource Center in downtown Puyallup after the center was closed in March. Under a plan lobbied through a Pierce County homeless aid allocation committee, New Hope Resources Center would get $75,000 in Pierce County funds on the condition that it moves from its 414 Spring St. quarters. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
People wait outside the New Hope Resource Center in downtown Puyallup after the center was closed in March. Under a plan lobbied through a Pierce County homeless aid allocation committee, New Hope Resources Center would get $75,000 in Pierce County funds on the condition that it moves from its 414 Spring St. quarters. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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