By: Caroline Downey – nationalreview.com –
Native New Yorkers who’ve lived in Manhattan for decades say recent migrant arrivals are bringing lawlessness into their formerly peaceful Upper West Side neighborhood and disrupting a residential building that’s home to elderly people with special needs.
The Stratford Arms hotel on W. 70th Street used to function as a student dormitory, operated by the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA). That is, until May, when “migrants showed up with suitcases,” Brenda McIntyre, who’s lived on that block since 2007 and in the city since 1999, told National Review.
The kids moved out and relocated to a building downtown. A couple of …
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