Mayor Eric Adams visited just three homeless shelters despite pledging to make unannounced inspections at facilities in the scandal-scarred system, The Post has learned.
And only one of those surprise drop-ins is on the books, as is mandated by the state, records show.
Facing a mounting homeless crisis and a Post exposé of the filthy, dangerous conditions at city-run or funded shelters, Adams vowed a crackdown on March 10 and then later claimed to have visited five facilities, one in each borough.
The facilities are required to report the unannounced visits to the state’s shelter watchdog.
An Adams spokesman insisted that two unexpected visits — which were not
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