Adams warns migrants could be on NYC streets soon
New York City could soon be seeing migrants sleeping on the streets.
Mayor Adams says every day is a challenge to find shelter space with now 4 thousand asylum seekers coming to the city each week. He says it's not a matter of if but when migrants will be on the streets.
"Not one family, not one child has slept on the streets of the City of New York but we are at the point that's going to change."
the mayor sis reiterating his call for the federal government to do more to help New York and other cities who have no more room for migrants. The mayor just implemented a 60 day time limit in shelters for migrant families. Meanwhile, the mayor acknowledged that the city is complying with fire department vacate orders for several shelters with violations.