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November 25, 2012 12:00 AM

Homeless center in Columbia facing $360,000 shortfall

Columbia’s downtown center for homeless adults is having financial problems, as critics had predicted. The privately run Transitions, a 64,000-square-foot, 260-bed facility, opened 17 months ago amid a stream of controversy at Main Street and Elmwood Avenue. Now, it’s headed for a nearly $360,000 deficit by the end of its fiscal year in June, according to the organization’s leaders.

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