New York City Housing Authority
The settlement requires the city Housing Authority to remove the mold and fix leaks, insulate pipes and deal with other moisture issues. It covers all of the authority’s 400,000 tenants.
Brooklyn’s largest public housing complex was blacked out for weeks after superstorm Sandy roared ashore.
Some residents at a Queens apartment building say they’ve been complaining to the city for months about bugs, water and mold.
New York City comptroller candidate Eliot Spitzer on Wednesday unveiled the first policy proposals of his comeback campaign.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s latest crime-fighting idea had a lot of people riled up on Friday. The mayor wants to fingerprint more than 600,000 people who live in public housing. He said it’s to make the projects safer.
Residents of New York City Housing Authority developments were furious this week, after their parking fees jumped in a big way.
The ruling from the New York State Court of Appeals overturned a lower court’s ruling that the drastic penalty was likely to leave a woman and her three young children homeless.
The mercury has dropped to the teens, and the wind chill has made it feel like a mere 5 degrees, and some New York City residents can’t even find relief in their own homes.
The man suffered a fractured leg in the incident and was taken to Harlem Hospital where he was listed in critical condition.
As the clean-up effort continues in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, some concerns have surfaced over a lack of proper tools and protective gear for workers.
Residents rallied in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday demanding, among other things, a two-month rent credit, a moratorium on evictions along with water and air testing
That credit will not appear until the January 2013 rent bills go out, the city announced.
Tenants in public housing in New York City who were affected by Superstorm Sandy will get some help with their rent.
Residents said the Claremont Consolidated Houses on Findlay Ave. have been inundated with rats over the past few months. One woman said the pests come into the hallways and apartments any way they can.
In a new report, Stringer said the New York City Housing Authority’s current Board of Commissioners structure is hampering its ability to confront major organizational challenges.