Friday, 07 Oct 2022

New York City mayor plans giant tents to house migrants sent by Republicans

New York City mayor plans giant tents to house migrants sent by Republicans


New York City mayor plans giant tents to house migrants sent by Republicans

Adams said the city had opened 23 emergency shelters and was considering 38 more to handle the people brought into the city since May.

The city also recently opened an intake center to help the newcomers quickly get settled.

The first tent has been proposed for a remote corner of the Bronx, a parking lot at a popular city beach on Long Island Sound where public transportation is limited. Officials are looking into other areas.

A rendering of the likely design of the facility, released by the city, showed rows and rows of cots. The city has released few details.

Earlier this month, Adams had floated the idea of housing hundreds of migrants on cruise ships.

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