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CUSH calls for immediate action for homeless


The Rev. Justin Elliot Lowe, at right, associate pastor of First United Methodist Church, sang carols before the City Council meeting. Photo by Kenosha News


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Winter won’t be mild, and local activists are deeply concerned about the city’s homeless population.

Dozens marched from Immanuel United Methodist Church to the Municipal Building Monday evening to raise awareness for some of the city’s most vulnerable. Congregations United to Serve Humanity organized the effort.

“The 17 member congregations of CUSH call on the City Council and the mayor to work with the county executive and other agencies to immediately solve the crisis,” the Rev. Justin Elliot Lowe, associate pastor of First United Methodist Church, told the City Council.

Lowe said 15 to 30 people face

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