Friday, June 2, 2023
Friday, June 2, 2023

    NYC Mayor Eric Adams asks to use the Flatiron to host bussed migrants from Texas as Big Apple struggles with 61,000 that have cost the city $4.2b in two years

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    New York City is scrambling to get ready for an expected surge in migrant arrivals, with city officials considering housing people in the Flatiron Building, tents in Central Park or hangars at JFK airport, Your Content has learned.

    Mayor Eric Adams’s chief of staff, Camille Joseph Varlack, on Sunday told the head of every city agency they had until 5pm Monday to find shelter sites.

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    The migrant shelters should be at least 10,000 square feet in size, contain ‘no known health hazards’ and have running water.

    With 61,000 migrants having arrived in the city in the past year and Title 42 expiring on Thursday, New York is braced for a surge in new arrivals,‘according to DAILYMAIL.

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