Getting back on track

Getting back on track

Housing for parolees fills need, raises concerns
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Frank Hiemer, right, president of Southwest Transitions, and Randy Hannum, facility manager, talk about opportunities the transitional housing facility will offer convicts on parole. The transitional housing in the Animas Valley off County Road 203 will accommodate from 12 to 14 parolees at any one time, but neighbors worry about the new use for a former inn and apartment complex.
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The old Valley View Motel off County Road 203, south of Trimble Lane (County Road 252), was turned into apartments years ago, but current plans call for converting it to a new transitional housing facility for parolees.
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Randy Hannum, facility manager, talks about plans for a transitional housing facility for parolees run by Southwest Transitions, a Christian group that plans to offer a 120-day program for a parolees. Residents will be required to find a job, attend church or a weekly Bible study, abide by all conditions of parole and help with chores.
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