Metro: Advocate — Boston homeless shelters are at 110 percent capacity

By Danny McDonald

The city’s shelters have been overcrowded due to the recent stretch of horrific weather, according to the city’s director of the Emergency Shelter Commission.

Jim Greene told the Metro Tuesday that the city has about 1,500 beds or spaces for the homeless to sleep but are making room for a population of about 1,700 homeless.

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