By CBS13 Staff

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Officials in Placer County are considering using $23.5 million from Project Homekey to turn a hotel into housing for people experiencing homelessness.

That money will be used to purchase a Hampton Inn & Suites site, officials say, and turn it into 82 residential units.

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The site will be managed by a local nonprofit organization – and clients will be expected to pay a percentage of their income as rent.

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There will be also be personalized case management and health services.

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Placer County’s Board of Supervisors is expected to discuss the funds in a meeting next Tuesday.