In a state-required perk, people who find themselves without a home in which to put their furniture can store it and bill the city (AKA us). Last year, $8.5 million went toward the program, which officials are now saying can be done for about $1 million less. And just in case you're angry at the thought of your hard-earned cash doing to store furniture, Patrick Marquee of the Coalition for the Homeless says the service actually saves everyone money. "It's economical in the long run, so they don't have to buy [the items] all over again."