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Levinson says Atlantic City homeless plan must include moving Sister Jean's kichen

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Michael Ein

Exterior view of the Victory First Presbyterian Church on Pacific Avenue in Atlantic City with a plaque commemorating Sister Jean Webster. Sister Jean's Kitchen would have to relocate in current plans outlined to accommodate the homeless in Atlantic City.

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A plan to create a single entry point for the homeless in Atlantic County can't happen without relocating two longstanding charity centers in Atlantic City out of the tourism zone, county Executive Dennis Levinson said Monday.

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Michael Ein

Exterior view of the Victory First Presbyterian Church on Pacific Avenue in Atlantic City with a plaque commemorating Sister Jean Webster. Sister Jean's Kitchen would have to relocate in current plans outlined to accommodate the homeless in Atlantic City.