NYC shelter residents say city officials contacted them Wednesday, a week after trying to relocate them, to warn a future move could happen

Residents at a Manhattan homeless shelter for those with special needs finally heard from city officials Wednesday about their uncertain futures — a week after many of them were ordered to vacate the facility they’ve called home for years.

The letter sent from the city’s Department of Homeless Services didn’t shed much light on what will happen to the special needs residents, who are currently living under threat of a massive relocation as the de Blasio administration struggles to house all the homeless without creating crowded conditions that will risk COVID infections.

FILE – Residents gather outside the Harmonia on E. 31st Street on Thursday, Sept. 10, in Manhattan, New York. Residents at a Manhattan homeless shelter for those with special needs finally heard from city officials Wednesday about their uncertain futures — a week after many of them were ordered […]

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