Sarasota to Get Homeless Veterans Off the Streets


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City officials in Sarasota are rekindling efforts to help and house homeless military veterans living in the city.

The city was reviving itself to reach out and help those in need. According to City Manager Tom Barwin, "There's no other way to do it really, other than to take that strategy to the streets."

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