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"These pending contracts attempt to solve one problem by exacerbating another," the Public Advocate said.
NYC "may be exacerbating the housing shortage while trying to temporarily solve the problem," one housing lawyer said.
A combination of lax state oversight and rent law loopholes mean landlords could have a field day.
BEDCO will still maintain eight traditional shelter contracts with the city.
Police think she was killed by a neighbor's ex-boyfriend.
People claiming to work for the city have been threatening residents at a privately run Brooklyn shelter.
"Here we are again, being transferred, don't know where we're going..."
"Just because you are homeless doesn't mean you are second-class citizens," said Assemblywoman Diana Richardson.
"Are people living in substandard conditions? Absolutely. Is the city aware of it? Absolutely."
Courtesy Paolo Mastrangelo's Flickr. The city will spend an estimated $59
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