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Redmond councilors table vote on funding for homeless projects

An issue that has sharply divided Redmond city council - whether to devote federal relief dollars to local homeless programs - was front and center at a public hearing Tuesday night.

Despite presentations from the Bethlehem Inn and Oasis Village, the majority of council members voted to table the vote on funding decisions, as they await more information from Deschutes County.

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Alec Nolan

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      1. What? That comment is so uninformed and totally straw man. Redmond will never be like Bend. Supporting Americans who happen to be houseless is as important as supporting any Americans who are in need. Geesh, looking at life the way you do must be exhausting.

  1. A debate and/ or vote is what our country is all about. The vast majority of homeless choose not to work and have exhausted family support and support of friends due to poor life choices. Or they just like living on their own terms and hate the government. Their choices created their situation.

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