The Killeen City Council is mulling making an amendment to increase its general fund in the current fiscal year’s budget by $250,000 to expedite the opening of a homeless shelter.
Families in Crisis Inc., a local nonprofit that provides shelter and services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, submitted its proposal to the council last year to establish a homeless shelter in the city.
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