“This doesn’t make any sense. We are shaking our heads over here,” said Mike Nichols, head of the nonprofit Coalition for the Homeless of Houston/Harris County. “I believe good government can help, and this is just the opposite.”
It may not have felt like it on Wednesday when temperatures were in the 90s but some of the season’s coldest temperatures are headed through Central Texas on Friday and again on Monday. Cold weather shelters for those experiencing homelessness will open in different locations this year.