(Spokane, WA)  --  A non-profit is working with the Washington State Department of Transportation to put up a fence around the homeless camp near I-90.  The D-O-T told reporters their goal is to start setting up the fence later this week, and until then the non-profit Jewels Helping Hands is working with people in the camp to clean up the border to clear the necessary space.  This comes after Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich said he plans on clearing the encampment by October 14th.  When the fence goes up, a curfew from eight p.m. to eight a.m. will be put in effect for those in the camp.

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