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December 20, 1991 | From Associated Press
A downtown mall once touted as an engine of economic rebirth now houses a band of homeless people whose plight symbolizes this city's hard times. Up to 50 homeless people live in underground tunnels and walkways that connect the abandoned Portside Festival Marketplace with a hotel and office buildings. Some have ventured into the mall itself, which once housed specialty shops and restaurants. "When you're out on the street, you're always looking over your shoulder.
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December 24, 1999 | Associated Press
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order late Thursday to prevent police from arresting homeless people sleeping in some parts of the city. However, the judge allowed police to continue removing the homeless from a downtown area that includes Public Square, where five people protesting the new policy were arrested early Thursday after refusing to leave a makeshift tent village. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Thursday in response to the arrests. Mayor Michael R.
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December 24, 1999 | Associated Press
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order late Thursday to prevent police from arresting homeless people sleeping in some parts of the city. However, the judge allowed police to continue removing the homeless from a downtown area that includes Public Square, where five people protesting the new policy were arrested early Thursday after refusing to leave a makeshift tent village. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Thursday in response to the arrests. Mayor Michael R.
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December 20, 1991 | From Associated Press
A downtown mall once touted as an engine of economic rebirth now houses a band of homeless people whose plight symbolizes this city's hard times. Up to 50 homeless people live in underground tunnels and walkways that connect the abandoned Portside Festival Marketplace with a hotel and office buildings. Some have ventured into the mall itself, which once housed specialty shops and restaurants. "When you're out on the street, you're always looking over your shoulder.
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