Neighbors near Pioneer Park and the Puyallup Library are concerned about an influx of homeless people in the park at night, sleeping on the stage and at the entryway to the library. Emerald Ridge High School graduate Dennis Lindstrom, 25, had only a thin sleeping bag and a protest sign between him and the concrete Friday.
Neighbors near Pioneer Park and the Puyallup Library are concerned about an influx of homeless people in the park at night, sleeping on the stage and at the entryway to the library. Emerald Ridge High School graduate Dennis Lindstrom, 25, had only a thin sleeping bag and a protest sign between him and the concrete Friday. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Neighbors near Pioneer Park and the Puyallup Library are concerned about an influx of homeless people in the park at night, sleeping on the stage and at the entryway to the library. Emerald Ridge High School graduate Dennis Lindstrom, 25, had only a thin sleeping bag and a protest sign between him and the concrete Friday. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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