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Tri-Cities opening $1 million shelter: Here’s the plan

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The Tri-Cities will operate their new $1 million emergency overnight warming center Wednesday night and Thursday night, a few days earlier than they planned, due to a life-threatening winter storm expected to hit the Seacoast on Wednesday.

Dover, Rochester and Somersworth leaders, area emergency management directors and Strafford County officials made the decision just before noon on Tuesday, accelerating plans that previously eyed Sunday, Dec. 20, as the center’s opening date.

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