Waiting for Chinn 

A day center in downtown Eureka will give homeless advocate Betty Chinn a home base

Starting to drizzle, again. A narrow man wearing hoodies, torn jeans and flip-flops approaches Betty Chinn as she gets into her midnight-blue catering truck. This is Lynn "Frank" Khoury, 55, a former trucker from Florida. "Hey Betty," Khoury says. "Do you have…

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