I can’t blame lefties for not wanting junkies exposing themselves and defecating in front of their homes. I just wish they would have some empathy when they’re creating those nightmares for people who don’t have their resources.
The next battle over the city’s temporary hotel shelter program may play out in Hell’s Kitchen, where residents this week escalated their demands that the city reduce the density of shelters in the neighborhood and take better care of the people living inside them.
“The rapid relocation of so many homeless in our community has created unintended consequences,” Delores Rubin, a lifelong Hell’s Kitchen resident and former community board chair, said at a news conference Monday.
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