Homeless residents at new campsite with new rules

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Homeless residents at new campsite with new rules

Greenmount shelter is fourth location identified this year for tent camping
Nicholas M., left, helps take down Astro’s tent Tuesday morning at a new temporary homeless camp near the entrance of Greenmount Cemetery in west Durango. Campers are allowed to camp at the site from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m.

Homeless residents at new campsite with new rules

Nicholas M., left, helps take down Astro’s tent Tuesday morning at a new temporary homeless camp near the entrance of Greenmount Cemetery in west Durango. Campers are allowed to camp at the site from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m.

Homeless residents at new campsite with new rules

Residents of a new temporary homeless camp near the entrance of Greenmount Cemetery can be there from 6 p.m. to 9 a.m. Otherwise, they must break down their tents and leave the area.

Homeless residents at new campsite with new rules

Steve Houdashelt, left, who has been in Durango since February and tried living in the different homeless camp locations, talks with Lisa Sontag, a camp helper, Tuesday after packing his bags. He said he plans to leave Durango and go to Flagstaff after becoming frustrated with the current situation at the camp.
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