Residents of a tent city near Ann Arbor could soon have more permanent housing arrangements.
The state's affordable housing agency is working to find places to live for the roughly five dozen people who live at "Camp Take Notice."
Sally Harrison is with the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA). She says this effort is part of a broader initiative to end homelessness in Michigan by 2017.
"For some people who can get into apartments and housing immediately, we will do that immediately, because we have rental assistance available," says Harrison.
She says that for those campers who need more assistance to get housed, they will be relocated to hotels and shelter beds.