Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is urging the Biden administration to reverse a move to turn a hotel in Arizona into a massive facility to keep migrants who have recently crossed the border as part of the effort to handle the surge in migrants at the border.
Brnovich, in a letter to the heads of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), expressed “grave concerns” about an ICE contract with a hotel in Scottsdale, which he says is near a residential neighborhood and a school.
“I was extremely disappointed to learn about this through a newspaper report rather than any prior contact from DHS or ICE, even though there are important public safety issues involved in locating any detention center in a community setting,” he wrote.
As the administration scrambled to deal with a massive spike in migrant numbers at the border, including migrant families and unaccompanied children, ICE began providing emergency temporary shelter via a short-term contract in Texas and Arizona. The shelters are known as Emergency Family Staging Centers and are part of an $86.9 million contract to house up to 1,200 migrants.
ICE had previously told Sen. Kyrsten Sinema’s, D-Ariz., office that ICE was using “several hotels along the southwest border, including in Chandler and Phoenix.” As the migrants were mved into the new holding facilities, local citizens gathered for the protest held in front of the hotel.
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