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Migrants have begun to move into a former school-turned-shelter today in the Woodlawn neighborhood despite continued resistance from some nearby residents.
Even after several community meetings with representatives from Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration, Woodlawn residents took a strong stand against the migrant shelter constructed inside the former Wadsworth Elementary School.
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