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De Blasio: City to begin moving homeless people out of hotels after complaints

De Blasio: City to begin moving homeless people out of hotels after complaints

The city will begin moving people experiencing homelessness who were given hotel rooms to protect against the coronavirus out of the hotels and back into shelters, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday.He did not give a timeline for the move, but said the city would back away from the hotel program after complaints from residents in some neighborhoods about quality of life problems they blame on the facilities.Advertisement“As the health situation has continued to improve, we’re going to start the process of figuring out where we can get homeless individuals back into safe shelter facilities,...

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De Blasio splits with Cuomo on taxing the rich and luring them back to NYC

De Blasio splits with Cuomo on taxing the rich and luring them back to NYC

Mayor Bill de Blasio said he won’t bend over backwards to lure back rich New Yorkers who have fled the city during the coronavirus pandemic, taking a shot at Gov. Andrew Cuomo for his frequent chats with pals in the Hamptons.De Blasio again pushed for a tax on wealthy New Yorkers to help close massive budget gaps if federal aid is not forthcoming — a policy Cuomo has resisted because he says it would to flee New York. Advertisement“To the point about the folks out in the Hamptons, I have to be very clear about this. We do not make decisions based on the wealthy few,” de Blasio said at a...

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De Blasio pleads with Trump for military aid amid 'staggering' spike in coronavirus cases

De Blasio pleads with Trump for military aid amid 'staggering' spike in coronavirus cases

NEW YORK — Mayor Bill de Blasio made an urgent plea for military aid to combat the coronavirus, as the number of confirmed cases in New York City surged to 3,615 on Thursday and the city increasingly becomes the epicenter of the crisis in the U.S.The city's death toll from the virus has risen to 22, doubling in the past day. The total number of cases nearly doubled as well, for the second straight day. De Blasio called the numbers “nothing short of staggering" and pressed President Donald Trump to mobilize the military to deliver crucial supplies — which the city could run out of in two to...

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