Tacoma solid-waste worker, Lyle Hovenstein, right, installed three large trash bins for use by people experiencing homelessness in a large camp near Portland Avenue and 18th Street East in May 2017. The City Council voted this week to extend its declaration of a homelessness emergency through the end of the year.
Tacoma solid-waste worker, Lyle Hovenstein, right, installed three large trash bins for use by people experiencing homelessness in a large camp near Portland Avenue and 18th Street East in May 2017. The City Council voted this week to extend its declaration of a homelessness emergency through the end of the year. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
Tacoma solid-waste worker, Lyle Hovenstein, right, installed three large trash bins for use by people experiencing homelessness in a large camp near Portland Avenue and 18th Street East in May 2017. The City Council voted this week to extend its declaration of a homelessness emergency through the end of the year. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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