To be or not to SDAB

This week, council has approved 209 new shelter spaces for this winter out of the financial stabilization reserve, and the SDAB has left the new Boyle Street location out in the cold.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:

Earthquakes
Transit reality
Michael Elliott
Emergency shelters
Boyle Street
Budget stuff
City surplus
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