BY ELLEN GARRISON
NOVEMBER 13, 2017 07:00 AM
UPDATED NOVEMBER 13, 2017 07:00 AM
The small room, with a twin bed, bedside table and sliding door to a wraparound deck, felt like too much for Egbert “Skip” Visker, newly arrived from an Auburn homeless shelter.
“I’m feeling overjoyed,” he said, placing his fedora on the nightstand and taking in the view outside the window. It’s a fresh start for Visker, 69, who has shuffled between campsites, homeless shelters and unsuccessful housing placements for years.