MICHIGAN CITY — Jonathan Hodges, a foreman with R.L. Roofing Service, had been on the job at the Anthony Adams House for hours Monday before he realized fully what he was doing.

“Isn’t this going to be a place for homeless mothers?” he asked, before being informed it will become an emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youth.

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