Bill de Blasio moves to house jail inmates in 4 of 5 boroughs

By New York City stories from Newsday
2018.02.14. 17:15
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday he wants to begin housing jail inmates in the boroughs -- including a new lockup in Bronx's Mott Haven neighborhood -- under a plan to stop using scandal-plagued Rikers Island by 2027....



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