The planned overhaul of the Salvation Army’s homeless shelter has been delayed due to a lack of funds, according to Social Rehabilitation Minister Dale Butler.
Mr. Butler told The Royal Gazette yesterday that “the timeline has slowed down” for the complete renovation of the North Street facility, which was built in 1982 as a temporary structure.
The building was intended to last 15 years, but is still being used to house 55 homeless Bermudians 27 years on.
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Crossposted to RedState.