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Amid high home prices and a tight rental market, the number of people experiencing homelessness in Bozeman has risen.

As people have sought out shelter in RVs and vehicles on city streets, the city’s policies and practices concerning unhoused people have been front and center.

The city is fielding a rise in complaints ranging from questions about the city’s policies to concerns about trash or belongings spilling out from RVs, vehicles or tents around the city.


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Nora Shelly can be reached at 406-582-2607 or nshelly@dailychronicle.com.

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