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Affordable permanent housing opens in the city of Bell

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Terrence Horsley, 51, who was formally homeless for seven years, now lives at the new Donald & Priscilla Hunt Apartments in Bell, Calif. The Salvation Army dedicated the apartments Thursday.

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Priscilla Hunt cuts the ribbon as The Salvation Army dedicates the new Donald & Priscilla Hunt Apartments at Bell Oasis in Bell on Thursday.

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Marine veteran John Yanez, 65, and his dog Buster walk outside the Donald & Priscilla Hunt Apartments in Bell, Calif.

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Terrence Horsley, 51, at his apartment in Bell, Calif.

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Priscilla Hunt, center, and Kenneth G. Hodder of the Salvation Army chat Thursday at a ceremony for the Donald & Priscilla Hunt Apartments in Bell, Calif.

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Marine veteran John Yanez, 65, and his dog Buster attend the Salvation Army dedication ceremony Thursday in Bell, Calif.

 (Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)
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Lee Pearl Govan Jr., 60, and his sponsor John Whitaker, right, stand outside the new apartments in Bell on Thursday. 

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