NYC has dropped another $35m in taxpayer monies to fund migrants across Manhattan and Queens at two separate hotels as crisis continues to grow

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New Yorkers continue to foot the bill for the city’s unexpected guests this week. According to new tallies, the city has shelled out an additional $35m in taxpayer monies to shelter migrants at two locations.

According to the City’s Department of Homeless Services the city continues to shell out obscene amounts of money for a problem New York had nothing to do with. On Monday, it was revealed how the agency has doled out an additional $35m in monies funded by taxpayers to foot the bill for the growing crisis.

In total, the agency has newly awarded $26.4 million to the Volunteers of America to lend assistance to migrants at the Paul Hotel in Midtown, and another $9.48 million to Lutheran Social Services of Metropolitan New York.



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