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RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County will redouble efforts to find stable housing for more than 100 seniors who are homeless and currently living in motels and hotels in the Riverside metropolitan area, officials said today. The county was included in the Stamford, Connecticut-based Rapid Results Institute's ``100-Day Challenge'' to find permanent residences for 140 transients who are 65 years old and over. The program was adopted by Gov. Gavin Newsom earlier this year, and only a few counties were named as participants, according to the county Department of Housing, Homelessness Prevention & Workforce Solutions. ``This challenge allows us the opportunity to unite efforts and ultimately provide seniors with the tools and assistance they need to avoid becoming homeless in the first pla
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