The homeless: Contrasts in treatment

How other cities are addressing their tent cities Photos by Chris Smith / The Valley ChronicleThe homeless camp in Minneapolis is one of the largest in the state with some 200 residents, but officials have no plans to raze it. ■ By Chris Smith / Advisory Editor Editor’s Note: This is the first in a three-part series on homeless outside Hemet and how cities are dealing with it. When one travels to the Midwest, as I had occasion to do recently, one thinks of wheat fields, clean parks, and The Mall of America. As it turns out, however, other parts of the country have the same challenges of crime and homelessness

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