Lower Providence residents have mixed feelings on ‘supportive short term housing’ – AOL

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An advertisement for a proposed text amendment to update Lower Providence Township’s zoning ordinance was unanimously authorized by elected officials last month. The move could lay the groundwork for Philadelphia-based Resources for Human Development to build a new facility to help the homeless in Montgomery County. A presentation outlining plans for Genny’s Place, a “supportive short term housing” space in Eagleville to accommodate up to 60 individuals was discussed during a Jan. 18 Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors meeting. RHD regional director Owen Camuso underscored the facility would not be categorized as a homeless shelter.

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