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Adams quietly seeks hasty New York haven for border-sent migrants: docs

The surge is real — and here it is.

The Big Apple quietly and quickly opened a sprawling facility in Midtown Manhattan,planning to handle and house thewave of arriving immigrants. I'm here. Some of it was sent here from Texasand others from the Biden administration, the Post learned.

Mayor Eric Adams' Office of Homeless Services Thursday requested that the city's nonprofit shelter operators prepare and submit plans to operate their facilities. The facility must have sufficient space to accommodate up to 600 households.

Charities must submit plans to DHS by Wednesday and, if selected, by next Monday, August 15, according to a copy of the request on page 6. Your facility should be ready to go live. In response to a proposal DHS officials sent last week.

"The population served by the selected vendor will be families with children, adult couples, and individual adults," the agency wrote, adding that City Hall's compelling

The selected contractor also provided 24-hour support services and a Spanish It adds that it must be able to provide bilingual staff who speak the language.

The document adds that a government agency has identified an unidentified building for the facility, but the non-profit organization may choose its own location, provided it is nearby.

Providers must include a proposed budget as part of the bid, and the document does not include a proposed price tag.

The new facility will allow officials to centralize efforts to provide services and housing to recently arrived people. They are now being processed and placed in shelters through the city's current acceptance system for homeless New Yorkers.

Christopher Sadowski

officials saidthousands of migrants arrived by various means, including by plane, car, bus, and sometimes through another city. Arrived in New York City.

Most attention has been focused on those transported from Texas to his five districts with little warning from Governor Greg Abbott. We are under intense political pressure on unrelated issues in the state.

Hisoner vehemently criticized Abbott's move . Although he says it's "anti-American," he also said of the Biden administration: ''

City Hall and his DHS representative did not immediately return a request for comment.

– additional report by Bernadette Hogan