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Temporary facility at a former county library would keep unhoused Utahns from freezing on the streets, but the plan is already drawing blowback from neighbors.
Millcreek will likely open a temporary homeless shelter this winter to keep unhoused Utahns from sleeping on the frigid streets.
Officials plan to turn the vacant Calvin S. Smith Library, 810 E. 3300 South, into an overflow shelter that would serve about 100 unsheltered guests on an emergency basis from October through April.
“It’s a moral imperative that we not let people be unsheltered in the depths of winter, where they could become ill or freeze to death,” Millcreek Mayor Jeff Silvestrini said. “I can’t stand by and see that happen and not want to do something about that.”
Opponents, however, may be just as determined to keep the shelter out.
Jamie Walker, chair of the Millcreek Community Council, said a conflict is brewing as neighbors begin to hear about the proposal.