Homelessness is a top concern for Davis business owners and downtown residents. To the mix of ideas for addressing the problem, you can add a new idea that already has a location, design and backers – Paul’s Place, a combination of micro-apartments, transitional housing and services. It would replace the current resource center and transitional housing operated by Davis Community Meals and Housing at 1111 H St. Martha Teeter, president of Davis Opportunity Village, and Bill Pride, executive director of DCMH, talk about the project on today’s Davisville. Davis architect Maria Ogrydziak is the designer. A fund-raising campaign to raise the cost through private donations is in the works.