Plans move ahead for warming center for homeless in city

The Salvation Army on State Street in Watertown.

WATERTOWN — Members of the Jefferson County homelessness task force are still working to open a warming center in the Salvation Army in November.

The steering committee is still working on the plan to use the Salvation Army on State Street for the warming center that would keep the unhoused warm on cold nights in the north country.

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