$11 million from South Lake Union property sale proposed for Seattle homeless crisis

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan wants to use $11 million in proceeds from the expected sale of a city-owned property to pay for housing options for the homeless. This tiny house village is on land owned by the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times, file)

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan wants to use $11 million in proceeds from the expected sale of a city-owned property to pay for housing options for the homeless. This tiny house village is on land owned by the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times, file)

Mayor Jenny Durkan wants to use $11 million in proceeds from the expected sale of a city-owned property to pay for rental assistance and short-term housing options for the homeless.

The move is one of the first steps taken by her administration toward delivering on a key campaign proposal — developing 1,000 tiny houses for people in homelessness and ramping up rental-assistance programs.

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/homeless/seattle-mayor-jenny-durkan-proposes-new-10-million-for-homelessness-from-south-lake-union-property-sale/

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