The recent actions taken by New York City Mayor Eric Adams to bus migrants to the Super 8 in Rotterdam with no coordination and zero communication has resulted in the displacement of vulnerable individuals who were already residing at the hotel due to difficult circumstances. These displaced individuals, many of whom were living in poverty, some facing personal hardship, are now left to fend for themselves after being abruptly evicted on Tuesday morning.
Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara says it is important to step up to support these displaced individuals during this challenging time. Any affected individual that was victim of this situation is encouraged to contact Assemblyman Santabarbara's office for assistance at 518-382-2941.
The sudden eviction of these individuals without prior notice is deeply concerning. It is crucial to recognize that many of these individuals were already struggling and relying on the Super 8 as their residence while facing economic hardships and social challenges. The lack of communication, notification, and coordination from the mayor’s office only exacerbates their difficult circumstances and adds unnecessary hardship to their lives.
"It is disheartening to see government actions negatively impacting the lives of those in need," said Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara. "This is not how government should operate, and we must ensure that such situations are avoided in the future." In the meantime, Assemblyman Santabarbara is dedicated to assisting the displaced individuals in their time of need. For more information and to seek assistance, displaced individuals are encouraged to contact Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara's office at 518-382-2941.
"The individuals affected deserve respect, dignity, and assistance during this challenging period," stated Assemblyman Santabarbara. "Our office will work tirelessly to ensure they receive the help they require, and we stand firm in our commitment to securing a more just and compassionate approach to addressing issues like these." To that end, Assemblyman Santabarbara is actively engaged with relevant authorities, including calling for an investigation by the Attorney General's office, to explore avenues for support and relief, and to seek justice, for those affected. Anyone that can provide information that they think might be helpful with Santabarbara’s request to the Attorney General for an investigation should contact his office at 518-382-2941. The Assemblyman’s letter may be viewed here.