NewsPlus: MLK Library to undergo 3 year renovation

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Laura Zeilinger, Director of the D.C. Department of Human Services, discusses how the homeless in D.C. will soon be affected. Over the years, many homeless individuals have camped out front of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library on G Street, using the library to keep warm in the harsh cold winters, stay dry during intense thunderstorms, or use the bathrooms. Soon, the library will be undergoing a three year renovation which will force the homeless out of the area. In the video, hear Zeilinger discuss the details on how she and the D.C. Depart of Human Services are working to ensure the homeless are not forgotten.

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