More changes could be coming soon to the way Abbotsford deals with its homeless population.
On Monday, council will consider updating a controversial bylaw that prohibited sleeping in public places.
That bylaw was struck down by the B.C. Supreme Court last October.
Since that decision, Abbotsford has opened up a 40-bed Temporary Response Shelter.
The city’s adversarial relationship with its homeless population came to a front two-and-a-half years ago, when city officials spread chicken manure on a popular gathering place for the homeless.