Saturday, January 20, 2018
City moves families out of shelter and moves in single men
From Eyewitness News:
At a time of record homelessness in New York City, especially among homeless families, there is a controversy about a shelter in Queens.
A hotel in Long Island City is no longer taking in some homeless families.
Families were given new locations in other boroughs where they had to report Wednesday night. But the transportation promised in that letter never showed up until well after Eyewitness News called the city for answers.
Suddenly a bus which had been parked there before we arrived opened its doors and people finally started loading up. No answers, no apology, no way to live.
You can't trust the government.