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Opening a 24-hour shelter, providing more housing vouchers, creating a new Downtown Public Safety District and providing more addiction and other support services are all part of a multipronged effort the city is proposing to tackle the city’s growing problem of homelessness.
Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller said he planned to announce details today of measures that can be undertaken immediately and others that are more long term. He stressed that this is a preliminary “hypothesis” that
would need the support of other entities, such as Bernalillo County.