Brooklyn shelter lawsuit

The homeless shelter at 267 Rogers Avenue in Brooklyn is meant to fit 132 families, but only 10 families are allowed to live there, at least for now. A Brooklyn Supreme Court judge put a temporary restraining order on the Crown Heights shelter just one day after it opened. The lawsuit was filed by the Crown Heights Block Association, which is pushing for permanent low-income housing instead of a shelter.

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