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    Case manager Jess Talbot walks through a bedroom with bunks at the Bread of Life Ministries shelter in Augusta on Monday. The group is proposing expansions of both its general homeless shelter and its shelter for veterans, which are on adjoining properties on Hospital Street.

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    Case managers Jess Talbot, left, and Scott Gress meet Monday with former client Kristy Chabot in their office at the Bread of Life Ministries shelter in Augusta. The group is proposing expansions of both its general homeless shelter and its shelter for veterans, which are on adjoining properties on Hospital Street.

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    Case manager Jess Talbot speaks outside a children's room at the Bread of Life Ministries shelter in Augusta on Monday. The group is proposing expansions of both its general homeless shelter and its shelter for veterans, which are on adjoining properties on Hospital Street.

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    Bread of Life shelter employees Eliza Quill, left, and Gary Clark unload a bicycle they purchased for a resident of the Augusta homeless shelter on Monday. The group is proposing expansions of both its general homeless shelter and its shelter for veterans, which are on adjoining properties on Hospital Street.

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