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Bitter temps especially brutal for LI's homeless

The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless is

The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless is conducting its annual homeless count, and the group expects numbers to be higher than previous years. (January 23, 2013 10:11 PM)

Long Islanders are cranking up the heat to try and beat the cold snap that has settled in on the area, but for those who don't have heat, or even homes, the blast of frigid weather is especially brutal. The Long Island Coalition for the Homeless is conducting its annual homeless count, and the group expects numbers to be higher than previous years. Volunteers were out in Hempstead today trying...

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