There is a program in New York designed to curb homelessness that has turned into a lawsuit as it has resulted in people being dumped in Newark, New Jersey and the surrounding area – in abandoned and run-down apartments with no heat and nor electricity. The suit, filled on Monday in US District Court has accused New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and Steven Banks, commissioner of Homeless Services or putting together an “ill-conceived, surreptitious” program that has now become a public nuisance. According to reports, people were “unlawfully coerced” into moving to dilapidated, rodent-invested housing in nearby communities. The comments coming out of the local leaders is that people are being moved to more affordable housing. The New York Mayor and his team have blasted the lawsuit openly and in public saying that it was “taken from the Trump playbook” which sounds odd as these are all local Democrats who control these cities, which by the way have some of the most dangerous slums in the US. Associating the President with cities that have been run by Democratic leaders for 50 years is shockingly odd.
New York Building Ghettos in New Jersey?
Classarius is the only data driven news for blockchain, cryptocurrencies and technology from investment professionals.
Disclaimer: We do not provide investment advice or strategies, this article is not intended as such but only to provide you the reader with information. Please conduct your own research before any investment of any kind.