Two homeless men sleep in the gazebo at Marshall Park in June 2016. The city is considering a new program to help put the homeless to work.
Two homeless men sleep in the gazebo at Marshall Park in June 2016. The city is considering a new program to help put the homeless to work. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com
Two homeless men sleep in the gazebo at Marshall Park in June 2016. The city is considering a new program to help put the homeless to work. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com

Ocean Springs is considering helping the homeless by offering them jobs

June 30, 2017 10:00 PM

UPDATED June 30, 2017 10:00 PM

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