Letter to the blog editor: Hot homeless | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Letter to the blog editor: Hot homeless

Posted By on Tue, Jun 24, 2008 at 10:42 AM

Re homeless people and hot weather:

Perhaps some of your readers  will email the mayor and manager  on behalf of the homeless who suffer greatly, to the point of deteriorating health, in very hot weather. Urge them to open the Dunbar Center for three hours a day as a cooling center for the homeless and other needy citizens. Predicted highs for this week are 90-94; the heat index is near 100.

E-mails: bmoore@littlerock.org; citymanager@littlerock.org; mstodola@catlaw.com; mstodola@littlerock.org; mayor@littlerock.org

-- Robert Johnston and Feed the Hungry

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