A health department inspection at the reStart homeless shelter at 918 E. Ninth St. early this month found several dead mice, mouse droppings, multiple dead roaches and roach feces, among other violations. A follow-up inspection showed several concerns had been addressed.
A health department inspection at the reStart homeless shelter at 918 E. Ninth St. early this month found several dead mice, mouse droppings, multiple dead roaches and roach feces, among other violations. A follow-up inspection showed several concerns had been addressed. File photo by David Pulliam The Kansas City Star
A health department inspection at the reStart homeless shelter at 918 E. Ninth St. early this month found several dead mice, mouse droppings, multiple dead roaches and roach feces, among other violations. A follow-up inspection showed several concerns had been addressed. File photo by David Pulliam The Kansas City Star

Kansas City’s reStart shelter addresses scathing health inspection

October 15, 2014 02:53 PM

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