EXCERPT: “About two months ago, Minneapolis opened the doors to a newly-built facility near the Franklin Avenue light-rail station that was supposed to be an answer to what had become Minnesota’s largest homeless encampment. The goal: Move everyone from the camp to the facility, known as a navigation center, for the winter, while case managers worked to find them permanent housing elsewhere. But now, project leaders say, that pipeline to stable housing is not moving fast enough, and social workers are scrambling to help all the people who remain at the site in the limited time the navigation center is to remain open; under current agreements, it must close by May 31, when the property owner — the Red Lake Nation — plans to break ground on an affordable housing complex.” FULLSTORY: http://bit.ly/2XbQP28