Alderman Brendan Reilly of Chicago’s 42nd Ward has called attention to troubling conditions in shelters housing illegal border crossers. In a letter to Mayor Brandon Johnson, Reilly outlined concerns about drug use, public disorder, and sanitation issues linked to the Inn of Chicago, which serves as a shelter. These matters have begun impacting the local community and businesses in this commercial hub of the city. Reilly’s urgent request to city departments, including the police, suggests a need for an immediate, comprehensive assessment to find a solution. It’s clear that balancing the city’s status as a welcoming space for new arrivals with public safety is a growing challenge.
Chicago Shelter Controversy: Alderman Raises Alarm on Illegal Immigrant Havens
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