Homeless in Seattle

Bill Conroy
13 min readMay 20

Zoning reform is seen as key to creating more affordable housing and addressing rampant homelessness in the Seattle area

Downtown Seattle, near the waterfront, one of the city’s tourist draws. Photo by Kenneth J. Gill CC BY-SA 4.0

The homeless have multiplied on the streets of this country over the past four decades, creating a near-dystopian urban landscape in parts of many cities — a scene marked by sprawling roadside encampments, abandoned hope and general human misery.

Bill Conroy

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