The targets are ambitious, though officials believe them to be within reach.
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The billing practices "absolutely are not alright, and they need to change,"
The group that runs the D.C. General shelter overbilled the city for services last year.
It wasn't supposed to go this way. Not even close.
The city finally has a plan to close the D.C. General homeless shelter. But it raises as many questions as it answers.
Smaller homeless shelters would replace a troubled former hospital.
But even if the city finds homes for the occupants of D.C. General, the shelter will probably fill up again this winter.
Thought last winter was rough for homeless families? This one could be significantly worse.
Anyone who's even remotely interested in the welfare of the District's least fortunate residents should read the Washington Post's damning investigation into the deplorable conditions at D.C. General, the city's maxed-out, maligned, and only shelter for homeless families. The facilities are crumbling. Children are subject to urination in their mouths by day and roaches by night. [...]