Ep. 67 - Nick Brown, executive director, Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs

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The search for a permanent place to house the Religious Coalition for Emergency Human Needs' family emergency shelter might have ended.

Coalition Executive Director Nick Brown announced Friday that the organization is in talks with the city of Frederick to use a city building as the emergency family shelter's new home. Details of the agreement, including where and when, are still hush-hush, but in the words of Frederick Mayor Michael O'Connor, "we are moving closer to some sort of resolution."

The family shelter news comes just under a year after Brown took the helm as coalition director, replacing the Rev. Brian Scott, the previous leader who retired at the end of 2016. On this week's episode of Frederick Uncut, Brown sat down with podcast host Colin McGuire and News-Post reporter Nancy Lavin to reflect on the many changes he's made since taking on his new role.

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