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Gonzalo Martinez (left) gestures while giving Michael Johnson a friendly razzing during dinner at the New San Marco Apartments on Thursday. Most experts credit a drop in the number of chronically homeless people in Duluth to construction of the $9.2 million residence. (Bob King/Duluth News Tribune)

Some in Duluth wonder if homelessness will ever end

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DULUTH -- For Kathy Jo Harr of Duluth, the choice between spending whatever money she made -- through general assistance, panhandling or donating plasma -- on alcohol or housing was an easy one.

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