MIGRANTS: Rockland County VS NYC will return to court later this month

Rockland County and NYC will return to court this month. The county challenges the city’s authority to establish a homeless shelter in Rockland, while the city wants the county’s restraining order lifted. Orangetown Supervisor Teresa Kenny criticizes the city’s plan to use an Orangeburg hotel for the shelter.

Both sides will appear in court on May 30th. Assemblyman Matt Slater expresses concern about the migrant situation, calling it a wake-up call for the city and state.

In another development, approximately 80 migrants from the city were relocated to the Knights Inn in Sullivan County, where a toddler’s fentanyl overdose death occurred earlier this month. Reports dispute the claim that veterans were displaced to accommodate migrants at the Crossroads Hotel in Newburgh, Orange County.

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