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Karluk Manor is Proving Popular with Street People

By | December 9, 2011

Last week residents begin checking into Karluk Manor, the newly converted motel that is now a housing complex for chronic alcohol abusers, in particular those living on the streets, temporary shelters or illegal campsites.   For the residents, the facility represents warmth, safety, a new chance and some rules.

At mid-afternoon the first 20 Karluk Manor residents were arriving.  Several sat in a common room waiting to begin registration.  In another room, Wilbur Westcoast was registered and ready to move into his new room.

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