House Speaker Greg Hughes and Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski walking into a closed-door meeting with members of the Salt Lake City Council. (Photo by Ben Winslow, FOX 13 News) “Good things come to those that wait and we’ve had a great process,” Salt Lake City Council Chairman James Rogers told reporters. They announced the smaller shelters, which will be focused on specific populations (like single, vulnerable women). “Smaller facilities are going to be incrementally more expensive to build and more expensive to operate,” Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams said. http://medicalinterview.luminific.com/2016/09/22/uncomplicated-solutions-for-career-for-medical-guidelines/http://benjaminmorganwire.denaliinstitute.org/2016/08/01/emerging-answers-for-no-nonsense-tactics-in-job-huntingMayor Biskupski said she believed she could reallocate funds to keep the cost of the smaller shelters low, minimizing taxpayer burden. She said her office has begun the process of looking for specific sites. “We are using the site selection criterial that was prioritized by the community to determine where these potential sites could be,” she said. A city hall staffer in a closed door meeting in the Salt Lake City Council offices. House Speaker Hughes, R-Draper, had suggested in an interview with FOX 13 on Thursday that lawmakers might yank the $27 million in taxpayer dollars allocated for homeless services if they didn’t see movement on the issue and soon. On Friday, he told reporters that the announcement on the new shelter sites is a good start.
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Quinn an internationally renowned makeup artist for Giorgio Armani, comes to do … more Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle Buy photo Make up artists Tim Quinn, (center) and Jason Hoffman work with Jeanne Barr of San Francisco, on Sat. Oct. 1, 2016, in San Francisco, California. Quinn an internationally renowned makeup artist for Giorgio Armani, comes to do a day of beauty consultations with customers at Saks Fifth Ave. in Union Square. less Make up artists Tim Quinn, (center) and Jason Hoffman work with Jeanne Barr of San Francisco, on Sat. Oct. 1, 2016, in San Francisco, California.
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