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The current plan was to improve the lodging house's status to'hostel' with additional staff experienced in the care of the elderly.
City ordinances prohibit more than three unrelated people living in the same dwelling unit, but they are allowed to live together in a lodging house.
Yvonne Jarvis used her savings to set up a lodging house
The Penny Lodging House, which since its doss house days has been used for storage, is part of Berwick's Georgian legacy.
The 1851 census shows that one lodging house in Pipewellgate, on the riverside, had 47 lodgers, many of them Scottish.
"First Step Housing will reach out to homeless individuals who do not access the City's shelters by reinventing the traditional lodging house and offering private, safe, clean and affordable short-term accommodations," said Rosanne Haggerty, president and founder of Common Ground Community.
Officials said the detainees -- including a South Korean couple operating a low-cost lodging house, Indonesians and Colombians -- were held at the Tokyo immigration detention center.
100 Years Ago Amy Baker of St Mary's Row, the keeper of a lodging house in Lancaster Street, was summoned for neglecting to cause the floors of the rooms of the lodging house to be swept on July 19.
In 1866 he was made chaplain of a Newsboys' Lodging House, to which he devoted his time, money, and affection for the rest of his life.
Earlier, anti-narcotics agents also nabbed Jay Cris Barlan, Rexcela Vender and Leopoldo Argame, in another buy-bust operation inside a lodging house in Barangay 6.
Police identified the victim as Vergel Delos Santos, 37, who had reportedly checked in at the lodging house together with his 4-year-old daughter on May 1, at around 10 p.m.
Contract notice: Open procedure for the award of the management of a lodging house in the town of tramutola (pz) for psychiatric patients to the department in charge of mental health asp.