To the editor,
I am writing in response to Gary Marsh’s letter to the Press this week regarding the homeless shelter run last winter by Bethlehem Emergency Sheltering at Christ UCC on Market Street. I am one of a group of neighbors who recently delivered a letter to Bethlehem City Council which described many troubling incidents that occurred last winter, and which Mr. Marsh denies actually happened.
Dear Bethlehem Press,
I am the Chair of the Board of Directors for Bethlehem Emergency Sheltering. I have read with interest the recent articles in the Morning Call [Nov. 14] and your article in the Bethlehem Press that came to our home [Nov. 15]. Obviously, Mr. Louis James has been very busy and expressive regarding his opinions about BES. May I make a rebuttal.
By Dana Grubb
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