Orange County hotel says its preparing to receive migrants from New York City

While the total number of migrants is unconfirmed, sources tell News 12 they will arrive in the Town of Newburgh on Wednesday.

News 12 Staff

May 7, 2023, 8:23 PM

Updated 381 days ago

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An Orange County hotel said it is expecting the arrival of migrants this week from New York City.
News 12 contacted the management at the Crossroads Hotel in the Town of Newburgh on Sunday. Management said they were indeed preparing for the arrival of at least 60 men who could be housed at the hotel for several months.
While the total number of migrants is unconfirmed, hotel management tells News 12 they will arrive in the Town of Newburgh on Wednesday.
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It is the latest chapter in the controversial plan to bus migrants in from New York City to be temporarily housed in hotels in Rockland and Orange counties.
News 12 reached out to the Town of Newburgh supervisor's office and to the Orange County executive's office about the expected arrival of the migrants. They told News 12 that they "have no confirmation one way or the other."


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