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With New York City at "its breaking point," Mayor Eric Adams announced on Saturday that the city would open a new emergency shelter at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal to help accommodate the influx of migrants.

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The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal will have room, food, medical care and other services for 1,000 single men until it reverts to the cruise business in springtime, the mayor's office said in a release.

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Most of the temporary occupants would be people relocated from the city's already packed Watson Hotel humanitarian relief center in Midtown, according to a letter obtained by The Post from Kevin Cho of the Mayor's Office of City Legislative Affairs to City Council members.

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Adams says since last spring, 41,000 asylum-seekers have come to the city since last spring, sometimes on buses sent by out-of-state governors.

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Officials have also turned 77 hotels around the city into emergency homeless shelters to house the people arriving in the five boroughs.

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New York City is temporarily turning a cruise ship terminal into a shelter and services hub for asylum-seekers, Mayor Eric Adams said Saturday, announcing the latest in a series of facilities the city has set up — and sometimes shut down — as it strains to handle an ongoing influx.

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"Our city is at its breaking point," said Adams, a Democrat who has repeatedly pleaded for state and federal assistance to address the flow of asylum-seekers — some of them bused by out-of-state governors — to the nation's most populous city.

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The city's Legal Aid Society and Coalition for the Homeless denounced Adams's plan in a joint statement, saying the site is "in a high-risk flood zone," and that migrants should be moved to permanent housing.

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The cruise terminal site will be the fifth Humanitarian Emergency Response and Relief Center to open in the city to manage the arrival of immigrants who have been bused in over recent months from other parts of the country, according to the mayor's announcement.

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The city then built a complex of giant tents on an island that houses a park and sports facilities; the tent facility closed three weeks later after light usage as the number of arrivals slowed for a time.

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The spokesperson for Adams said the new cruise terminal structure will be housed inside an existing building on the terminal, stressing it would provide "double insulation" from the elements; a concern advocates had raised about previous structures.

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The new humanitarian operation will take in 1,000 single men relocated from another facility along with new arrivals as the number of asylum seekers in the city has climbed to more than 41,000 since last spring.

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Adams traveled this week to El Paso, Texas, to visit the southern U.S. border and press the point.

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The city's previous moves to create shelters for the newcomers have gotten a mixed reception and usage.

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Some advocates for people who need shelter criticized the cruise ship terminal plan, saying that the waterfront building could flood and is ill-suited to housing people.

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In October, Adams declared a state of emergency to help respond to the city's migrant crisis, which he said would cost the city $1 billion this fiscal year.

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Last weekend, he visited the border in Texas, denouncing leaders of that state and others who have bused migrants north to New York and other cities.

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The Manhattan skyline is seen behind the parking lot and terminal of the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal on April 2, 2020, in New York.

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The Supreme Court ruled in December Title 42 will remain in effect while legal challenges play out, a victory for Republican-led states urging the Supreme Court to step in and block a lower court opinion which ordered the termination of the authority.

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"With more than 41,000 asylum seekers arriving in New York City since last spring and nearly 28,000 asylum seekers currently in our care, our city is at its breaking point," said Adams.

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The mayor added in a statement: "We continue to surpass both our moral and legal obligations and meet the needs of people arriving in New York, but as the number of asylum-seekers continues to grow, we are in serious need of support from both our state and federal governments."

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"Continuing to move asylum seekers around the boroughs like chess pieces is callous and indicative of City Hall's failure to competently manage this crisis," the groups said in a statement.

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Adams said city officials "continue to surpass both our moral and legal obligations and meet the needs of people arriving in New York."

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"Our city is at its breaking point," Mayor Adams said in a statement about the cruise terminal plan.