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Fort Collins Mennonite church sues city over homeless lockers program

Fort Collins Mennonite church sues city over homeless lockers program The church alleges the city has used unlawful and discriminatory practices against it and the program Check out this story on colo... read more

Lockers For Fort Collins Homeless Met With Some Opposition

Every Friday, the Fort Collins Mennonite Fellowship serves a hot meal to the homeless. There is one ... Pastor Steve says the city backed out on an offer to fund the locker storage program so the chur... read more

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Church Allowed To Keep Homeless Lockers With Some Restrictions

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4)– A church in Fort Collins will be able to keep its lockers for the homeless, but with some restrictions. The Fort Collins Mennonite ... The Fort Collins City Council voted t... read more

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