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‘No fixed abode’ no more

It will exist as far as the registry office is concerned, but not on any street map. An imaginary street, named after street poet Remo Cerini, will be the official ‘residence’ of Pistoia’s homeless population.   The town council decided to do away with ‘no

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Thu 06 Jun 2013 12:00 AM

It will exist as far as the registry office is concerned, but not on any street map.

An imaginary street, named after street poet Remo Cerini, will be the official ‘residence’ of Pistoia’s homeless population.

 

The town council decided to do away with ‘no fixed abode’ on the ID cards of Pistoia’s homeless citizens. In creating ‘via Remo Cerini’ as ‘a set address for registry purposes,’ the street name will be used on the national identity cards of the homeless.

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