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This Week on "The Green"
A parked truck with a sign supporting the end of homelessness, among other things, in Georgetown.
Paul Kiefer
Delaware Public Media
Incumbent Georgetown Mayor Bill West narrowly won reelection to a sixth term, eking out a 34-vote victory over former Third Ward councilwoman Angela Townsend.But the dust has yet to fully settle in Georgetown, a community struggling to navigate Delaware’s homelessness crisis and housing shortage squarely in the public eye.This week, contributor Paul Kiefer examines how debate during the Georgetown mayoral election offers insight into the town’s approach toward homelessness.
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