At a press conference on Monday, 95-year-old Korean War veteran Frank Tammaro joined New York Representative Nicole Malliotakis to discuss the reported sale of Island Shores Senior Residence to become a facility for undocumented migrants.
Tammaro stated that he had been given less than two months’ notice from Island Shores to vacate his residence. Despite his attempt to protest the decision, residents were still required to leave.
David Carr, a City Councilman in New York City, confirmed with local outlet SI Live that the city’s Department of Social Services informed him that the migrant facility is set to open this week.
Fox News Digital reached out to the Department of Social Services for confirmation but has yet to receive an answer.
Furthermore, attempts at contacting a number associated with Island Shores Senior Residence have not been successful as it is currently listed as “permanently closed” online.
“The thing I’m annoyed about is how they did it, it was very disgraceful what they did to the people in Island Shores,” Tammaro said.
“Then one day there was a notice on the board. I think that gave us a month and a half to find out where we were going to go,” he said. “I thought my suitcases were going to be on the curb because I’m not that fast.”
“If it wasn’t for my daughter, they would’ve been on the curb. That was it. I said, ‘No, no, no, no, you’re not moving me,’ and they said, ‘Yes, yes, yes we are.’ Everything was done behind closed doors – we didn’t have a chance to actually make any attempt to stop them because there wasn’t enough time.”
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Meet Frank Tammaro of New York.
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