GREEN BAY – Four days ago, it seemed some of Green Bay's homeless would have a place to stay during the day this winter, but that is no longer the case.
On Monday, Alderman Mark Steuer told the city's plan commission, a daytime resource center for the homeless could open by October in the basement of the Wisconsin Jobs building on Cherry Street.
On Friday, Steuer told FOX 11 the landlord for that building is no longer interested allowing that to happen.
“We were doing it in good faith and trying to move ahead,” said Steuer. “For whatever reason I think they felt it wasn't the right time for that to be there.”
Commercial Horizons, a commercial real estate developer, leases the Jobs Center building. The Green Bay-based company told FOX 11 it had no comment.
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