Greensboro, N.C. -- The Greensboro Urban Ministry's expensive plumbing problems may be worse than first thought. Old sewer pipes around the non-profit have been torn out but even more pipes may have to be replaced.
Despite the problems, the shelter expects to reopen its Potter House kitchen to feed the homeless on Monday. For the past week, the meals have been served at Shiloh Baptist Church.
They estimate the repairs will cost $100,000.
It has received $14,000 in donations. It should take about a month to complete the needed repairs.