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first_imgThe county is spending at least $870,000 on start-up costs and renovations in order to turn a vacant 17-acre correctional site into the temporary shelter.After that point, another $5.5 million in annual operating costs will be spent to provide beds, showers, hot meals, medical services and other help for up to 125 people who are determined to be chronically homeless.The county will pay Gulfstream Goodwill Industries $2.6 million to operate the temporary facility.Officials hope the new facility will eliminate a tent city of more than 150 homeless people at John Prince Park in Lake Worth Beach.“We are excited about the opportunity to assist our neighbors in need and happy the project is progressing despite the challenges” related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bolton said. A temporary homeless shelter being developed next to the South Florida Fairgrounds will open later than originally expected, due to delays related to the coronavirus pandemic, Palm Beach County officials said this week.The county now hopes to finish renovating a vacant correctional site to be used as a homeless shelter by the end of this month, although there is no date yet for when it could open, Assistant County Administrator Nancy Bolton told The Palm Beach Post in an email.When the County Commission approved the $8.6 million project in February, officials hoped it would open in May.“We have had some challenges confirming delivery dates due to various COVID restrictions and shipping,″ Audrey Wolf, the county’s facilities director, said.Palm Beach County approves $2.5 million emergency homeless shelter https://t.co/nKXIwjsJKz pic.twitter.com/YB0cXgKaIT— WPTV (@WPTV) April 14, 2020last_img read more

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