In Ann Arbor, domestic violence armaments are planned during the investigation

This file photo shows SafeHouse Center General Manager Barbara Niess-May speaking at the Ann Arbor shelter on October 18, 2018.Ben Allan Smith | The Ann Arbor News

WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – Washtenaw County has spent approximately $ 31,000 on emergency shelter and other services for domestic violence survivors who claim they have been evicted or have been refused placement in Ann Arbor domestic violence shelter currently by an outside party Attorney is being investigated.

These relief efforts include at least $ 330,000 in planned repairs and modernizations of the county building that houses the SafeHouse Center, a nonprofit abusive shelter that came under fire earlier this year for treating survivors.

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