Spokane Valley has hired a new employee to tackle homelessness and housing issues.
Arielle Anderson, who had been the homeless services coordinator at Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners, will be the city’s first housing and homeless coordinator. Anderson is a fourth-generation Spokanite who graduated from North Central High School before studying political science at Boise State University and earning a law degree from the John F. Kennedy School of Law in Berkeley, California.
She’ll have two main areas of focus: Developing plans for addressing housing and homeless issues, and working directly with individuals who are homeless and service providers. For instance, if a camp of people who are homeless has
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