Long Island Is In A 'State Of Emergency' Over Migrant Crisis

While New York City grapples with the termination of Title 42, Mayor Eric Adams, who has feuded with President Joe Biden over the border crisis, reportedly arranged to shuttle migrants to eastern Long Island only to be stonewalled by Republicans. 

Democrats of the so-called sanctuary city have tried to ship migrants to the two counties of Long Island before, particularly unaccompanied minors, with Suffolk County being ranked sixth in the nation in 2021 for its accumulated share. 

On May 16, Riverhead Township Supervisor Yvette Aguiar declared a state of emergency after Adams reportedly issued a request for housing facilities in Suffolk to house the migrants. Adams added that the city would pay for up to a year of housing. 
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