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QUESTION OF THE DAY: Should the homeless be allowed to use the Wabash Bus Station as a shelter due to the weather?

The Wabash Bus Station, which the City of Columbia operates as a warming shelter on cold nights.
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The Wabash Bus Station, which the City of Columbia operates as a warming shelter on cold nights.

The Columbia City Council heard concerns about a shelter in the downtown area at its meeting Monday night.

Members of The Downtown Community Improvement District (CID) shared a letter about proposed recommendations to the shelter at the Wabash Bus Station.

In the letter to council members, Downtown CID Executive Director Nickie Davis wrote the emergency shelter has created a "hostile environment for our businesses, their customers and residents."

Should the homeless be allowed to use the Wabash Bus Station as a shelter due to the weather? Vote in the poll below.

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