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Hangtown Haven resident moving on

By From page A1 | March 25, 2013

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LARRY ALUM has appreciated community support in his time in Placerville, but is leaving to work in a family owned business. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Larry Alum has been living at Hangtown Haven, the legal encampment for the homeless in Placerville, since last August. Before that, he lived in illegal camps around Placerville. “I had been couch surfing for a while with relatives in Placerville and with my girlfriend in Cameron Park,” said Alum, 43. “But on April 19, 2012 I had nowhere else to go.”

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