Next stop, the third largest city in the state: Homelessville, N.Y.
Alarming new data compiled by Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi and the Coalition for the Homeless found that 254,866 New Yorkers were homeless at some point over the past year, a number exceeding the population of every community statewide except New York City and Buffalo.
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Source: Coalition for the Homeless