Kern County's homeless shelter is set to open in late February. County administrator officer, Ryan Alsop showed Robert Price around the facility and updated him on how construction is going.

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it lacks curb appeal and doesn't have a homey feel but doing something at this point in time is good thing.....even if it isn't the whole answer.. pretty sure a outdoor green space would help....maybe one of the local farmers could turn one of those acres green......what kind of unknown pipe was found hidden underground in a industrial area that slowed down the project?

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