Homelessness Persists in NYC

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nyc homelessNYC Mayor Bill de Blasio’s hopes of ending New York’s homeless problem have met with frustration.

The city’s latest numbers show homelessness has grown, thanks in part to meager wages and a burst of luxury-only development.

The city counts 57,000 people in shelters, while several thousand more live on sidewalks, in subways or huddled in open-air encampments. Read more.

{CB Frommer-Matzav.com}

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  1. Homelessness is not primarily due to “meager wages and a burst of luxury-only development” but rather to mental illness and drug use.

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