Ontario city councilors shelve warming shelter plan

Officials planned to use Ontario's former fleet shop at 55 N.E. 2nd Ave., as a warming shelter for area homeless. However the city council chose to delay a decision on the issue because of zoning and funding questions. (The Enterprise/Kristine de Leon).

ONTARIO – Those seeking shelter from the cold will have to wait a little longer in Ontario as the Ontario City Council put off . . .

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