The city wants to have an outside organization run the site.

The city and advocates could soon reach a deal on a new homeless encampment.

Messenger Post's news partner, News10NBC spoke with Mercedes Phelan, who has been fighting for the people who lived at the encampment on South Avenue.

She says they've been in negotiations with the city since April and hope to resolve the issue in about three weeks.

They are looking at a site on Industrial Street.

The city wants to have an outside organization run the site.

People were kicked out of the South Avenue encampment this spring because it's owned by Spectrum and Bivona Child Advocacy Center.