NYC Mayor Wants To House Migrants In Private Residences

Mayor Would House Migrants In Homes

  • New York Mayor Eric Adams brought up the possibility of housing migrants in “private residences” as the city continues to struggle to find beds for the tens of thousands of migrants arriving in the city.
  • During a press conference on Monday, Mayor Adams suggested the possibility of offering financial compensation to homeowners or landlords who are willing to temporarily house migrants in their homes.
  • The mayor did not specify how the plan would work or how much money New Yorkers would receive for hosting a migrant. However, Adam’s administration would have to work around a rule that bars the city from housing people in homes.
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