Quality of life goes down the toilet. It's happening here in New York with New York becoming a Hobo camp, and in San Francisco with out-of-control crime and human feces on every street corner.
NYPost reports this isn’t just “spare change.”
The city’s homelessness crisis is so out of control that Upper West Side residents are shelling out $120 a month each for private security guards to patrol their neighborhood seven days a week, The Post has learned.
A dozen apartment buildings are part of the desperation effort that’s costing a total $140,000 a year, and they all surround the former Hotel Alexander that the de Blasio administration recently turned into a homeless shelter.