Workers (who declined to give their names) conduct an inventory of empty tents Dec. 5 at the fenced-off former homeless encampment called Cooper Court in Boise. The city of Boise has drawn both praise and criticism for its handling of a homeless population that grew more visible last year.
Workers (who declined to give their names) conduct an inventory of empty tents Dec. 5 at the fenced-off former homeless encampment called Cooper Court in Boise. The city of Boise has drawn both praise and criticism for its handling of a homeless population that grew more visible last year. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Workers (who declined to give their names) conduct an inventory of empty tents Dec. 5 at the fenced-off former homeless encampment called Cooper Court in Boise. The city of Boise has drawn both praise and criticism for its handling of a homeless population that grew more visible last year. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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