A temporary house becomes a home. It has been nearly one year since the Talbot Interfaith Shelter first started talking about securing a permanent home on Goldsboro street in Easton. It has been a tumultuous year, but a judge has ruled that yes, the shelter can use that space.
Last July, the shelter was given permission to operate at Easton’s Promise bed and breakfast. It is the first full time shelter in Talbot County. In the past, it only operated during cold months in the local churches.
Neighbors were not keen of a year-round shelter, and petitioned to have it shut down. Now, a judge has dismissed that petition, making the shelter fully operational.
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