PORTLAND — The city’s Task Force on Homelessness will hold a public hearing tomorrow at 6 p.m. on a draft report to end homelessness.

The task force, created by the City Council last fall, recommends centralizing the in-take process at shelters, building three 35-unit housing complexes with in-house supportive services for tenants, and expanding case management services to align with the clients’ needs, rather than what is reimbursable.

Wednesday’s public hearing will take place in the State of Maine room at City Hall.

The draft report is available on the city’s website. The report is expected to be presented to the council on Oct. 15.

The task force was led by former City Councilor Dory Waxman, Maine Red Claws President and General Manager Jon Jennings and United Way of Greater Portland President and Chief Executive Officer Suzanne McCormick.

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