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Housing transition committee to discuss ways to end homelessness in Connecticut

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Governor-elect Ned Lamont’s housing transition committee are taking the next steps in an effort to end homelessness in Connecticut with a discussion on Tuesday in Meriden.  

Related: Federal report says homelessness climbed in Connecticut

Happening on Tuesday at 1 p.m. in Meriden, Lamont’s housing transition will unveil its recommendations to provide safe and affordable homes to all residents. 

Related: Governor Malloy will speak on Connecticut’s efforts to end homelessness

The committee plan aims to ensure Connecticut can provide housing options to prevent and end homelessness in the state. 

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