Mayor unveils facility for homeless in The Bronx

Mayor Michael Bloomberg today unveiled a new intake center for the homeless. The $65 million state-of-the art facility replaces a tiny building that had built

THE BRONX - Mayor Michael Bloomberg today unveiled a new intake center for the homeless.

The $65 million state-of-the art facility replaces a tiny building that had built a reputation for being filthy and disorganized.

The new, eco-friendly intake center features a waiting room for children and is designed to provide privacy for those seeking help.

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