Mayor de Blasio will reportedly call for 90 homeless shelters to be built all around the city, as part of a plan expected to be announced Tuesday.
In addition to that measure, reported by The New York Times, a source told The Post that de Blasio intends to roll out an “equity plan” mandating neighborhoods house comparable numbers of homeless people.
Those neighborhoods — which include Brooklyn’s Brownsville, the South Bronx and Harlem — are home to a disproportionate number of facilities that house “residential beds,” according to a council report released on Monday.
The new measures, which are intended to revamp the city’s 1989 Fair Share initiative, would prohibit agencies from placing new facilities in already-saturated neighborhoods.
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