Adams vows to fix bureaucracy that left 2K apartments for homeless empty

Mayor Eric Adams vowed Wednesday to fix the bureaucratic nightmare that’s left 2,500 city-funded apartments for New York’s homeless empty as City Hall comes under pressure to make progress on its high-profile plans to tackle the Big Apple’s homelessness crisis.

Hizzoner’s remarks came two days after The Post revealed the dysfunction at the city’s Human Resources Administration, where key portions of the application process are still done by hand and must be coordinated by a tiny office that has fewer than a half-dozen staffers.

“This is a dysfunctional city, we have to stop the dysfunctionality,” the mayor, who called the paper’s findings “unimaginable,” in response

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