Seven school gyms are housing migrants or could soon. Parents and pols are pushing back.
Seven public school gyms are now either in use as emergency shelter for migrants or are being readied for use, all but one of them in Brooklyn — prompting pushback from parents and local officials. Over the weekend, as border restrictions known as Title 42 expired, agencies transported migrants to P721R Richard H. Hungerford School on Staten Island, a City Hall official confirmed, quickly filling it to its 500-person capacity.
The next destination was the gymnasium of P.S. 188 in Coney Island, which neared its capacity by Sunday, according to City Council-member Ari Kagan (R-Brooklyn).
Read more here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/5/15/23724970/nyc-migrants-shelter-school-gyms-eric-adams
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