Hospitality House gets approval for permanent shelter

The Grass Valley Planning Commission voted 5-0 to approve a permanent shelter for Hospitality House at the north end of Sutton Way, local Tom Durkin reported on Facebook.

“This time it feels for real,” Tom added.

“It’s a good day,” added Hospitality House Executive Director Cindy Maple.

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8 thoughts on “Hospitality House gets approval for permanent shelter”

  1. Condrats to everyone who worked on this project!

    Now the fun can begin with the rebuild (which will be the part where all of your hair falls out). LOL!!!!

  2. I’m beginning to remember that humans can get along and work for a good cause. The whole community wins with this one. Thanks to Hospitality House and GV for sticking with the project.

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