State and city officials Tuesday announced plans to move people out of Seattle’s homeless encampment known as The Jungle.
The plan blends a combination of outreach to connect the encampment’s residents with shelter and social services, with a cleanup of health hazards like garbage and human waste.
Then, state and city agencies will improve access to the area for maintenance workers and first responders and ponder a plan for the site’s future.
Found on a wooded expanse of land stretching along I-5 from Sodo to Beacon Hill, The Jungle has had a troubled reputation that culminated with a January shooting that killed two and injured three others.
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