New York City Relocating Homeless Individuals Currently Housed In Commercial Hotels Due To Pandemic

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Around 800 homeless people living in New York City shelters will be relocated following Mayor de Blasio is decision to move a group of homeless men out of an Upper West Side hotel. The city had been using hotels to house homeless residents during the pandemic. Now the legal aid society is preparing to sue the city attorney Josh Goldfein says moving the men out of the hotel and into other shelters is causing the additional dislocation of hundreds of other homeless people. Who need to move in order to make room. Why would you blow up your your well run? Valuable shelter that you have in hand in order to move a population. That's only going to be there temporarily and for no reason other than to respond to the name D Group. Blasio defended the decision, saying the use of the hotels for homeless residents was always meant to be

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