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NYC moves to ‘evict’ homeless man living in Manhattan park tree

The town moved Sunday to “evict” the homeless man who has been allegedly dwelling like a squirrel in a tree in a Manhattan park for months.

Metropolis officers issued a one-day “discover of fresh up” concentrating on the part of Riverbank State Park the place the person’s unlawful makeshift treehouse is situated.

The unidentified man must vacate his sky-high digs by Monday, in keeping with notices posted in three areas on the wrought iron fence close by.

The discover contains data on native homeless shelters.

Metropolis motion to take away the months-old encampment comes after The Publish confirmed Mayor Eric Adams {a photograph} of the scene throughout an unrelated occasion Saturday.

“That’s not what we wish,” Hizzoner mentioned. “That’s not dignified for individuals.”

A 30 year-old man lives in a tree-house above the LIRR.
A person has been dwelling in a tree home above the LIRR for 4 months.
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The man climbs out from his tree house.
Metropolis officers issued a one-day “discover of fresh up” the place the person’s makeshift house is situated.
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The man points at the camera.
The discover included data on native homeless shelters.
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The man holds up sticks near his makeshift home.
Notices had been posted in three areas on the wrought iron fence close by.
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A view of the man's makeshift tent.
Mayor Eric Adams mentioned the scene isn’t “dignified for individuals.”
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